After pointing out these problems, the CIA ignored the Russian scientist’s concerns.They pressed him to deliver their disinfo package as planned, and he agreed to do so.However, the Russian scientist was also looking for a payday. Although he was beingcompensated financially by the CIA for his role as a glorified courier in the secretoperation, he was far more interested in securing a lucrative contract with the Iraniansas a consultant.To prove that he could be trusted and was ‘valuable’ to the Iranians, the scientistincluded a note with his disinfo package telling the Iranians that the math equationswere wrong, and that he could correct them for a fee.With Operation Merlin now completely compromised, it proceeded nonetheless. Thealtered blueprints were delivered to the Iranian mission, which then dispatched adiplomat to secretly carry them to Tehran.With the erroneous math easily identified and compensated for, the Iranians now had intheir possession all they needed engineering wise to build a nuclear implosion devicewhich, as the latest report from the IAEA just released two days ago proves, they arenow close to finishing.This reporter received a confidential copy of the IAEA’s report in advance of publication.The document states unequivocally that Iran has focused on making a nuclear implosion warhead.The IAEA notes that, ‘The development of safe, fast-acting detonators, and equipmentsuitable for firing the detonators, is an integral part of a programme to develop animplosion type nuclear device.Included among the alleged studies documentation are a number of documents relatingto the development by Iran, during the period 2002-2003, of fast functioning detonators,known as “exploding bridgewire detonators” or “EBWs” as safe alternatives to the typeof detonator described for use in the nuclear device design referred to in paragraph 33above.’Operation Merlin took place in 2000. Within two years, Iran was already busy reapingthe rewards of its folly.
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