German intelligence: U.S. NIE on cessation of Iran nuke program wrong
The Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), Germany’s foreign intelligence agency, has amassed evidence of a sophisticated Iranian nuclear weapons program that continued beyond 2003. This usually classified information comes courtesy of Germany’s highest state-security court. In a 30-page legal opinion on March 26 and a May 27 press release in a case about possible illegal trading with Iran, a special national security panel of the Federal Supreme Court in Karlsruhe cites from a May 2008 BND report, saying the agency “showed comprehensively” that “development work on nuclear weapons can be observed in Iran even after 2003.”
So, Horst, how did you figure this out? “Tja, vell, ve just saw vot German companies ver sellink zem.” (I exaggerate only slightly.)
Don’t ask impertinent questions like that jackass Adept Lu.