Gareth Porter joins Scott to discuss the recent accusations made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about Iran’s alleged nuclear program. The accusations purport to show that the Iranians lied about past work towards a nuclear weapons program before 2003; but in fact, the new accusations appear to rest on evidence and documents that had already been made available in the past. Thus, many critics of the Netanyahu’s claims said he was just repeating old news.
Gareth and Scott take this debunking one step further and argue that underlying evidence cited by Netanyahu was actually a fabrication in the first place. They discuss the various reasons for doubting the authenticity of this information and the various allegations made against the Iranian program that have fallen apart over the years.
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