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-- -- Morning and he runs.
Put on the streets in the Iranian capital but deadly games being played.
Doctor Massoud Mohammadi.
-- a movie rental motorcycle -- Leading and one of the regime's most important nuclear scientist.
Deadly game you can.
In -- two different parts of a motorcycle weeds to -- Approaching the car help this man one another scientist my -- -- are small precision bombs are.
Based on his car.
Shall we are these -- during her.
But the second guessing this is the most important target doctor you're -- the -- A bossy a key figure in Iran's nuclear and ballistic missile programs sponsored.
Time he was.
-- go after -- didn't he attacks with full support of the Ayatollah accommodate.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad got promotes -- Boston to lead Iran's powerful Atomic Energy Organization.
And most recently on July 23 and 84 assassination.
This man Gary usually raise NHL and expert in his -- figured it was a good day.
Hello I'm Bill Hemmer and welcome to Fox News reported.
Iran's nuclear secrets as shadowy world of murder cyber warfare nuclear physics and smuggling.
It is dirty money.
This story is filled with characters that rival any in -- James Bond film.
This state ever -- suspected nuclear weapons program is a looming cloud.
Sanctions against Iran have been in place for decades and many argue they are not working.
A whopping one billion dollars has been paid in fines by international banks doing all kinds of shady business with Iran.
But we ask.
What is some of the undeniable scientific proof of Iran's nuclear weapon -- Asian programs who's behind it who's profiting from it.
And who's the nuclear godfather spreading the bomb around the world.
Senior correspondents Eric -- and Amy Kellogg and the Fox News investigative team.
Dig deep and travel far to bring you this critical information.
The biggest concern -- all.
-- whose population and 73 million has been dominated for 32 years by a ruthless regime.
-- and nuclear weapon program.
Serious threat if the Iranians get nuclear weapons is going to be a huge change in the war.
Any of this -- the fight game.
The international banking.
Bank employees were instructed to hide any evidence that this money came from Iran yeah that's exactly right competitors so that America book from Iran would like to establish.
More re establish an empire and the nuclear device is one component of that -- We'll see a problem -- usually.
Anything can -- as a threat Iran is ahead of the game if Iran has enough 20% and an excuse me and move.
It's a breakout talent being -- weeks months.
Nine countries now have nuclear weapons capability.
The power to harness nuclear energy build on his always bitter race.
Some of the 1939.
Just before you.
Adolf Hitler tried to be first more than 200 Nazi signs his work day and night to develop a nuclear bomb.
-- worried Albert Einstein wrote this urgent letter to president Franklin Roosevelt about the Nazi program.
It was lost in Washington's bureaucracy.
It's evolved to a committee that was read scientists from the Department of Agriculture it's.
Think we're just sit there and played in a weird twisted face on December 6 1941.
FDR proven Manhattan right.
-- Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.
America joined the war -- the nuclear arms race.
Three and a half years later the Third Reich face defeat the Soviet Union the US and Britain.
Competed this -- Hitler's nuclear scientists and secrets.
But with the success of the Manhattan Project the US led the race to the bomb.
And in August 1945.
President Harry Truman chose to unleash.
Bombs laid waste to the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki forcing.
-- Japanese surrender in World War II it was over.
But only four years later on July 16 1949.
The Soviets and shocked the world.
For the next forty years the United States in the Soviet Union.
Based on an ordinary Americans live with the threat and mutual assured destruction.
It's a follow up can cover.
The Cuban missile crisis in 1962.
And brought the world closer than ever to nuclear annihilation and one pad and he'll let -- -- -- the path of -- random.
Back in 1956.
Kennedy's predecessor Dwight.
Has launched a program that -- countries with nuclear technology for nonmilitary purposes such as civilian energy concern.
The united nation does not -- and -- to present strength.
And -- hope.
-- -- This program called atoms for peace help build Asia's first nuclear reactor in India in 1956.
Pakistan joined in 1965.
And Iran's first research reactor was fueled with enrich uranium and 1967.
The -- was interested in participating in the atoms for peace program which was begun by.
General Eisenhower in the 1950s.
Ambassador Thomas Graham has advised five US presidents on issues related to nuclear non proliferation as a US diplomat.
-- negotiated every major arms control and non proliferation agreement from 1970101997.
The show was someone who.
Had grandiose views himself and his -- was to build funny to power reactors.
The -- regime collapsed overnight us.
The Iranian regime became.
More anti American.
Then any of the Soviet republics because it took action Middle East expert Walid Ferris is a Fox News contributor and author of the coming revolution.
Struggle for freedom in the Middle East the -- regime not only did the -- prices embassy.
Iran but decided to supply.
Terrorist organizations and Lebanon including Hezbollah.
-- Is Iran next.
Iran continues to deny its building nuclear weapons this is what president -- -- -- god told Eric Shawn -- Year would you swear.
To all that you are not planning to build a nuclear bomb or law that says -- -- swear to convince others.
I've said on numerous occasions do we do not want an atomic -- Iran insists its nuclear program is peaceful and only for civilian energy.
Others see something more sinister at work Valerie Lindsay is.
Editor of Iran watched dot tour.
The nuclear program missile program any alleged chemical or biological -- work.
And taken together we have a list of nearly 600 names nearly 600 Iranian entities that are involved in this war.
An anti -- company and individual.
Saying good if Iran is developing the bomb how didn't acquire the technology.
To do so it's a strange tale of international crime and injury and it all begins with a Pakistani scientist at some news.
The most dangerous man in the world his -- eight Q Khan.
Coming -- this strange story of Pakistan's nuclear merchant of death we had a nuclear problems in this -- -- that I was here roof -- We'll see proliferation want to -- the place that's next.
Now meet the man has been caught a nuclear merchant of death.
He's sold North Korea Libya and Iran nuclear weapons technology.
From London senior foreign affairs correspondent Amy Kellogg picks up our story.
This is the Pakistani scientist doctor -- -- kind he is a hero to many in Pakistan.
Often called the father of the Islamic bomb this is coming -- loses its enrollment come this close.
The bones and -- deep inside they hills and John McCain can't prove to the world in 1998 that his team had built the bomb.
But over nearly forty years -- also became known as one of the most influential criminals of all time.
Proliferate here what is the real threat I mean -- -- -- -- wouldn't have much but for him.
He handled the nuclear weapons in Iran.
North Korea he tried -- Iraq fails.
He agreed to give him a complete.
Fuel cycle everything.
Here in his own handwriting he quotes the Koran and prepare yourself properly to fight your enemies.
Condit denied he smuggled -- but acknowledged his business and he's got a thirteen digit yes.
You -- -- But I knew beside them good and he's right -- here he is sitting in front of a model of a viable delivery system for atomic bombs.
This may solicit design -- obtained from North Korea when he -- -- in Pakistan with North Korean help he called it the glory.
A similar design would emerge in Iran should -- three.
This plane is that he was.
Doing things -- that beating all the successive civilian and military government's.
In the -- stone Simon Henderson is a veteran journalist now with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
He has known and written about eight UConn for 25 years.
He received this plaque from caught up -- spinning centrifuge.
Critical to uranium enrichment.
These false losing decisions.
Think of it as a -- looting washing machine important to balance because if you didn't balance it.
It makes a dreadful noise and could -- Henderson also received these Christmas cards.
And -- -- feared for his life in 2003.
He placed his hopes and Henderson.
I'm going to lead let's.
Which don't really Q -- Route to his wife.
If the government please -- -- chief with me take tough Stan.
They might try to get rid of me.
-- a couple of top police things.
Then it says it gets in touch with Simon Henderson that's me.
Why did HU -- think his own government was out to kill him again there clues in the past.
Pakistan was shocked when archrival India about the Bob first in 1974.
This photo captures -- crowd prime minister Indira Gandhi inspecting the detonation site.
Then at 38 year old metal exist -- quickly offered his services to Pakistan's president -- going to have to help build a nuclear weapons program.
Offer accepted -- returned to work in Holland for a company which had -- of my designs for European centrifuges.
There he allegedly stole the design.
He thinks it's -- -- charge.
He -- did everything he did he did not only as of the loyal block stunning.
But -- -- of Pakistani official.
Meanwhile deadly games played out 1977.
President photo seen here with his nineteen year old daughter Benazir.
Was arrested at deposed in the military who by this man.
General Zia Al hot look.
Nicknamed cobra highs in the -- mortar go to go to prison and two years later Jewish hanging justice must -- done.
General Mohamed zero -- had to sit on the oracle -- Pakistani.
Borrow or steal.
And want to get nuclear technology -- would presumably say he was doing -- is pretty.
Benazir Bhutto would later have her own dangerous game with eight -- -- Can't manage to -- science and smuggling with execute managerial skills.
It was competing.
The group of fractious business them.
-- -- was using to -- equipment it meant that many people within the network.
Lose to each other because things sort themselves competing.
Condo complex called -- research -- -- KRL.
This is one of his English language brochures from the 1990s.
Besides helping Pakistan build up its nuclear weapons program URL -- international sales.
Dual use equipment in other words designs it could be used either for civilian nuclear energy program.
-- for building upon -- -- -- -- By the 1980s.
It was a booming market.
Neighbor Iran under Ayatollah Khomeini was at war with Iraq and suspected of wanting a nuclear deterrent.
With a 21 gun salute -- president Ali company was welcomed by general Zia and Pakistan in 1986.
See also -- Saddam Hussein wanted to -- for Iraq.
David Albright served as a weapon inspector wrong.
Now is the president of ice -- at the institute for science and international space.
Charity during the Iran Iraq War they understood it.
Iraq was seeking nuclear weapons and the -- network.
Provided Iran with the starter -- so they start their centrifuge program AQ Khan's network started meeting up with.
Iran and revolutionary guard corps and nuclear program officials in about nineteen.
87 maybe a little bit earlier Mark Fitzpatrick directs the non proliferation program at the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
So he running instead talk with con -- said.
I think I am weapons are us I can give you everything for a nuclear weapons program.
He had -- suppliers around the world Switzerland South Africa and Germany.
Only behind it -- retired last year as the world's top nuclear -- after spending 27 years with the international atomic energy agency.
-- IAEA Indiana.
He personally investigated just like consoled me and Ronnie and -- for ten million dollars.
He provided them when -- -- hits just keep provided some beautiful place and how you test.
-- and its uranium to uranium -- -- a key piece of evidence was in a sixteen page document.
He runs and only answer an excuse is that.
-- how does that document get in there that we must've gotten that by mistake the only purposeful -- -- final document -- Well disciplined you don't know other users.
And coming up satellite photos reveal more of Iran's nuclear secrets now you see it -- you don't.
And the -- of a laptop computer all of nuclear documents and the spy who -- with his life don't go away.
Rain Man was number one at the box office Ronald Reagan was president.
And in Pakistan.
Doctor -- time was building the bomb.
He was also selling nuclear components and plans to -- Iran as well as offering a shocking array of missile technology.
Pakistan under general Zia Al -- was all too happy to encourage contact booming business with China and Iran.
Continue to school -- To protect him from American and European impression.
But in August 1988.
Z had died in a mysterious plane crash when -- C 130 Hercules airplane went -- Pakistan.
All 31 passengers and crew which included American ambassador Arnold Al -- -- -- Three months later and is your -- has a daughter and Zulfikar.
And then -- -- was elected Pakistan's president.
She won't soon developed a relationship with com.
Even then publicly she often try to make out that the army kept well away from nuclear secrets from.
Cons thrived at a nuclear Pakistan was born on the 28 of may 1998 and as live nuclear bombs were -- -- Con was everywhere selling and voting technology he put himself on this cover -- is nice 99 book on science and education.
This appears to be some some sort of lecture on you -- envision him.
There's a schematic of -- a bomb in Bulgaria we showed -- cover to scientists -- got by Sasha.
Who worked at the strategic security program at the Federation of American Scientists.
On the board here you can see something about a uranium -- experience.
Under American pressure -- black market is closed out officially after his arrest in 2004.
Here's his confession.
On Pakistan national TV.
Including sponsor -- -- foundations.
And she can kind.
The next day he was heartened by then President Pervez Musharraf and sentenced to house arrest.
These are Fox News exclusive photographs of -- and his wife Dutch -- Katrina this one under house arrest.
And here are other than ever before seen documents.
Including -- written confession which is specific about Iran.
Later there was a lot of pressure to get some centrifuge parts and drawings at -- -- to the Iran eons these documents.
That Iran is developing a ball.
Cons early benefactors.
The silver car -- -- and CSX both -- early jets and put those daughters -- -- -- classic.
It was and his fear that something like that would happen to me.
Which forced him to write the -- NASA.
Tell them -- the -- first few steps and I'm now playing -- gains with house.
This is just -- warn you.
It's surprising to me.
-- -- should come on this student -- they could've killed along time ago.
Think UConn still in business I don't think time is in business of proliferating anymore.
The question is are members of his extended network still involved in any black market nuclear business.
-- -- -- -- -- Quest for an interview.
He might be out of business but his legacy lives on your mind.
This is this -- -- on army garrison here Iran's suspected.
Nuclear weapons program is headed by most and -- -- man.
He is a very dangerous player in this whole thing.
No -- photograph of his existence.
Clock presided as a high ranking officer with the Iranian revolutionary guard.
And this senior scientist.
With the ministry of defense.
The IEA has been seeking to interview him -- -- in the interview.
When Fox News asked to interview -- is not dead Iran responded in an email that quote.
Iran will not be in the position to reveal the names of scientists.
As they have become target to terrorist actions.
Vaccination this blog is on site was suspected to be part of Iran's gas centrifuge program.
-- a lot is on barracks caught the attention of the IAEA.
Something very strange began to happen.
This is a satellite image of logs on from the year 2000.
Call branded as a senior analyst at ice as did essentially.
Sprint user Iranian government told the IAEA that the city of Tehran demanded the army -- The land back for a soccer field and athletic center.
The military nuclear effort in -- wrong is suspected to be housed here.
If you don't take a look at this 2005 letter from father's -- to add to that dot department heads.
His signature this letters listing kinds of departments you have if you were putting together their weapons program.
And -- got remains of great interest to the IAA and others.
Western intelligence got a huge break.
It was reported that the DND.
And got its hands out laptop full of secrets.
It was in Iran in working for western and telling.
It was zero onion agent he -- -- captured.
-- had his laptop she got out of the country her husband was obviously dead right now the thousand pages of laptops documents.
What do they really show they showed you run designed -- a spherical object.
Didn't say nuclear weapon that it had all the attributes of -- nuclear weapon you know designed to explode 600 meters above ground which is what you do for nuclear weapons.
The role of -- -- that is pretty well described.
Iran says the -- documents are fakes and -- Fox News quote the so called laptop and last on city.
But -- intelligence agencies.
Haven't looked at the documentation.
They concluded -- it's it's credible and that's consistent.
When we come back one at -- New York City but missing in China.
Who is going -- way.
This secret relationship with some of the world's most prominent banks with Iran.
Welcome back I'm Bill Hemmer.
Much of the world's commerce comes through Manhattan.
Billions of dollars flow -- New York banks every day better way of international transactions.
But when those transactions violate international sanctions.
That's a crime.
And when banks -- -- pay for its nuclear shopping list it takes on a whole different dimension.
Here's senior correspondent average on.
-- steps should look for millions if you.
Ever seen an episode of law and order.
This is the -- State Supreme Court building up our Manhattan where a legendary Manhattan district attorney Robert Morgenthau.
Prosecuted cases for 34 years.
-- has investigative team.
-- prosecution of international financial crimes exposing her bronze buying spree at a market.
For suspected weapons of mass destruction.
We're here today discussed how to engage with the ran.
And to prevent it from becoming a nuclear armed nation this sort of -- to emphasize one point.
And then ism.
I mean we have.
The -- shopping list.
The truth related through.
Weapons of -- -- it's we take advantage.
That -- so much of the world's commerce flows through banks and institutions in Manhattan.
Adam Kaufmann -- the chief of investigations for the Manhattan district attorney's office so there's a real place for the man had.
And district attorney's office to have a role in policing the world's markets as they come through Manhattan.
-- together with federal authorities exposed how Iran secretly moves money to finance its pursuit of W Wendy's.
The explosive -- relationship.
Between the Islamic republic and some of the world's most prominent banks.
It all started with an investigation into a little known but powerful organization called the -- lobby foundation that you reported on two years ago.
We'll -- headquartered in this Fifth Avenue buildings on the 23 floor.
A lot -- bills itself as a charitable effort to quote.
Support interfaith harmony and promote Islamic culture and Persian language literature and civilization.
-- and a lot of litigation claiming that the -- lobby foundation was under the control of the government of Iran so we started to -- And we were examining how.
It was moving money goes into and out of the United States what -- your first find what we found were number of significant ties.
To the Iranian banking system primarily with -- saint Nellie.
Which is an Iranian bank it has been designated as a supporter of terrorism by the United States government now.
I'm not saying that we found evidence of terrorism with -- lobby foundation just a tie to that designated bank.
But the investigation did reveal illegal transactions between Iran's bank -- and a major British financial institution.
Paul Ryan and the -- -- Lawyers offered banking services to Iranian banks -- -- -- -- was his new home strip.
What is tripping and -- to -- this is actually a swift -- swift is that international banking system.
So this is a print out of the type of message that would be communicated between banks what's important is the incoming hard.
That means it was incoming to -- if you look at the top.
Message from bank -- it says please do not mentioned our name to any bank.
-- -- -- So you're saying the bank employees were instructed to hide any evidence that this money came from -- yeah that's exactly right it's against the law sit sit cause those transfers to go through the United States and three US banks -- In what's called -- deferred prosecution agreement.
-- admitted that from 2001 to 2004.
It altered records related to money transfers from -- Iranian banks.
It paid 350 million dollars in fines and -- -- jurors blowers declined our request for an interview but responded.
We have settled all investigations and are committed to running our business with the highest integrity.
Credit Suisse what's next those results agree very flood over -- -- -- those.
Last year -- -- retired and Cyrus Vance junior took over his DNA pledging to continue the investigations.
Soon another bank was taking a stricken plane Bart -- back to the tune of 298.
Million dollars in fines and four pictures.
In a letter to Fox News Barclays wrote.
We believe the settlement speaks for itself Bart police acknowledged and accepted responsibility.
For the historic contact.
So far -- a total of more than one billion dollars paid by banks are doing shady business with Iran.
Sources tell Fox News that more -- cases are on the way why -- some of the biggest.
Thanks in the world basically being engaged in illegal activity to help -- -- -- -- banks are going to keep very substantial deposits.
With the banks at all times so it's a huge source of net assets for the banks.
Stopping the money he -- if any illegal trades.
In June Benson died of the giant Iran shipping lines for shipments allegedly related to weapons of mass destruction.
-- really -- way AKA correlate who also goes by at least five other news.
Citizens of China he is a wanted man in New York.
Accused of providing Iran with materials that could be news.
For weapons of mass destruction.
I would love to see Lee -- wave broadcasts -- courtrooms -- at me or.
lay and his company called -- were indicted on 118.
Pounds in 2009.
What would -- be accused.
The crime that he was indicted for us falsifying records -- New York banks and -- -- They indictment states from November 2006 -- September 2008.
-- sent and received dozens of illegal payments to US banks by using aliases and shell companies.
What -- does investigation also revealed blimp has -- Aliases to continue sending -- missile.
Nuclear and so called dual use materials to subsidiary organizations of the DIA you know the -- -- and defense industries organization.
Called before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Morgenthau provided details of the devolution it's.
For the international its money -- and hide in those sources of up on it.
And true to people who were driving a ram go through -- companies.
Though with the mercurial.
For long range missiles and nuclear work.
Here's how the scheme allegedly work.
Prosecutors say -- runway open so called dummy corporation's.
Wholly owned by limped.
They used six dummy corporations.
-- -- -- -- -- -- These companies then traded in banned materials.
Such as 17100 kilos of graphite cylinders.
Gary -- Holland is director of the Wisconsin project on nuclear arms control.
But they're important because it increases their rounds ability to produce centrifuges.
Papers show one of mr.
leasing companies -- -- industry trade company.
-- the cylinders to on a -- union board called pop band industrial.
I'm not industrial -- and address with no front company -- -- Iran's main.
-- -- -- -- -- testified about additional shipment.
But so are almost all armor piercing terrible look 44500.
Kilograms -- raw emotions still raw.
Today Lee -- way there's a fugitive from US justice.
The Chinese have ignored US request to turn him over the Chinese embassy -- -- -- Fox News about mr.
Allegations of China taking an action and export controls are totally unfounded and ridiculous.
And China attaches great importance of the various cases -- sensitive items that involve the guy and his company in question.
And has been in contact with the United States government.
-- and easily found ways around them.
Runs not the only customer.
There's more on Iran's nuclear secrets when we return.
The world got a nuclear wake up call will be Islamic Republic of Iran has been building a Covert.
Uranium enrichment facility in their home.
For several years this is the location that worries the US great Britain and -- It's a secret -- hidden -- -- -- -- This is a satellite image from January 1 2000.
And it shows.
Coal and uranium enrichment construction site.
-- -- -- As you can see here and here these -- the tunnel entrances.
This is what it looks like today.
There's been a doubling of the security perimeter wall and experts say it is too small for any known civilian nuclear energy use.
Our conclusion is that this has one purpose which is as part of nuclear weapon.
-- com is only one of many secret nuclear sites in Iraq.
And tons of subsites started as sentence.
Foot deep hole it's a very large facility Paul Ryan and shows us how and at times was hit it and heavily fortified.
This is a satellite image from 2000 to receive -- under construction.
You can see these two squares right here would be used the site of the gas engine featuring enrichment holes you can actually see that they're covering the two facilities with what looks like concrete and -- -- -- image from 2003.
Concede they've been covered over more there.
This is an image from 2004.
And conceded there have been two underground enrichment plants have all but disappeared that -- There -- no -- and.
Iran is quite proud of this site here as President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during the times in 2008.
Why if your intentions are peaceful why do you -- something underground.
In the United Nations has expressed concern about forty nuclear related sites in Iraq.
And experts say satellite evidence suggests that Iran is trying to create a full production line for nuclear weapons.
Here is where it all begins with the uranium mines had gushing -- -- is the place where you're on now is able to mind.
Its own high quality -- anymore and it showed pictures of or being -- into the yellow cake this yellow powder.
That -- wars in Florida shipped off to pass behind forward uranium conversion just -- -- is a key.
Link in the chain -- crude production.
It's had this plan that Iran is making the feed stock ports centrifuges.
Find uranium arrives I had -- is converted into uranium hex chloride.
And then valuing intensified its transferred from the times and put through the centrifuges at times.
To produce in your experience.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- The scientists appointed head of Iran's nuclear program after escaping assassination declared that Iran would move production -- -- -- and and triple -- out.
Many experts believe com.
It's just the tip of the -- You would assume that Iran would have a number of plants around the country doing the same thing part of an archipelago secret sites stretching across the country.
I think we're definitely.
The Iranian nuclear power will not just destabilize the -- in the east it won't change -- you.
Penn -- the region.
When we come back -- the world was wrong about Iran's nuclear weapons status.
Why we could not afford to make up the state.
With the wrong.
Tensions are rising over Iran's nuclear program but critics say remember Iraq.
The critics have a point in the run up to the 2003 Iraq War we were told repeatedly.
Strong evidence that Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons.
Eighties really word nuclear facilities there really -- secret nuclear weapons programs.
But those programs fell apart after the 1991.
Gulf war and the strict sanctions imposed on Saddam Hussein's regime.
Iraq did not have.
And nuclear weapons program.
It had not been able to reconstitute.
The Iraqi nuclear program was in ruins.
But if there were no WMD in Iraq and 2003.
Why did it Saddam Hussein just admitted.
And perhaps avoid the war.
The answer takes us back to Iran.
FBI special agent George hero was the chief interrogator of the Iraqi dictator following -- Cashier expo is approximately seven months -- regain -- actions.
-- went into our standings.
Climb to seven hours -- since Saddam was successful with -- world.
Iran was going to be that long term threat and.
Had to be in response to that right.
Fearing Iran -- Donald would not admit his WMD programs were gone.
He -- himself to do you know much weaker position even wanted to.
With Iraq running after 2003 war you're looking into the vacuum.
And making upsets people were chasing ghosts.
But what about Iran's decision could the world be chasing ghosts there as well and how was Iran situation history of their program different than what we were told about the rocks so very different what happened in Iraq.
Iran has an -- to uranium enrichment program Saddam Walsh always claim to -- -- we -- -- hard -- It's the United States government and its allies and his various kinds of pressures and other members -- -- only failing to provide even a single credible.
To substantiate their allegations.
There's lots of credible proof.
That Iran is going for the ball.
The evidence is quite ample.
Motion -- is not a complete thing play uranium metal and here's the laptop document.
There are so many good pieces of evidence that points to a military connection with the Iran's program Ahmadinejad say there's not a single one.
It just takes credibility it's very dangerous.
Nuclear weapon program went through a serious.
-- remains adamant that its nuclear program is for peaceful civilian use only.
But without a full inspection by the IAEA if you believe them.
The boy -- -- current UN sanctions -- -- force Iran to stop enriching uranium and allow the inspectors back in the country.
In this program you've seen some revealing evidence about the state of Iran's nuclear program.
For more go to foxnews.com.
And Fox News insider dot com.
Until then I'm Bill Hemmer thank you for watching.
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