Iran claims it caught four nuclear 'saboteurs'
Iran claims to have caught four people attempting to sabotage one of its nuclear sites
At least four people have been arrested in Iran for trying to sabotage a nuclear site, an Iranian official was quoted by Iranian media as saying on Sunday.
The head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, Ali Akbar
Salehi, said officials had monitored and then arrested a "number
of saboteurs" before they could carry out their plan.
"Four of these individuals were caught red-handed and their
interrogations are ongoing," he said, according to the Mehr news
agency on Sunday. He did not identify which nuclear site they
were planning to damage or when those detained were arrested.
If this is true, it's too bad they were caught.
Labels: Iranian nuclear program, sabotage