Iran’s “Russian nuclear weapon scientist”

The latest IAEA’s ‘smoking gun’ is based on several ‘evidences’ fabricated by the Zionist think tanks and ‘nuclear experts’ since America’s 2007 NIE report confirming that Tehran had stopped its nuclear research for military purpose. The latest report itself confirms that it has no proof to backup its allegations against Iran.

“The Agency’s ability to construct an equally good understanding of activities in Iran after the end of 2003 is reduced due to the more limited information available to the Agency,” the report acknowledged.

One of the IAEA’s allegations is based on a hoax fabricated by David Albright’s so-called “former Russian nuclear weapon scientist, Vyacheslav Danilenko, who helped Iran construct a detonation system that could be used for Iran’s (non-existent) nuclear bomb“. 

However, it turns out that the ‘Russian expert’, Vyacheslav Danilenko, is not a nuclear weapons scientist but one of the top specialists in the world in the production of nanodiamonds by explosives.

David Albright, the so-called ‘former UN nuclear inspector’ was used as the most reliable source as the proof of Saddam Hussein’s nuclear threat to Israel by Washington and the Zionist-occupied mainstream media before and during 2003 Iraq invasion. Former UN Chief weapon inspector, Scott Ritter, in his column (Truthdig, June 26, 2008) wrote about David Albright: “The nuclear expert who never was“.

Ukraine-born Vyacheslav Danilenko has worked solely on nanodiamonds from the beginning of his research career and is considered one of the pioneers in the development of nanodiamond technology. Danilenko had worked during the Soviet period at the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Technical Physics in Snezhinsk, Russia.

The Jerusalem Post‘s Yaakov Katz on Wednesday that Israeli intelligence agencies had “provided critical information used in the report,” the purpose of which was to “push through a new regime of sanctions against Tehran.”

Gareth Porter, American investigating journalist, historian and author, says: “The IAEA Report on Iran is based on fake intelligence. IAEA’s “Soviet Nuclear Scientist” never worked on weapons“. Read Gareth Porter’s article here.


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