When is the AP going to explain its bogus Parchin story?

Remember how a few weeks ago, the AP’s George Jahn reported that he’d seen a draft of the agreement between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency governing site inspections at Iran’s Parchin military base? And how Jahn explained that the draft said Iran would be allowed to do its own site inspections without the… Continue reading When is the AP going to explain its bogus Parchin story?

The AP Parchin story’s post-mortem

At “War on the Rocks,” Cheryl Rofer, a former chemist at Los Alamos, offers another thorough debunking of that shady AP Parchin story from last week. She argues that the premise of AP reporter George Jahn’s piece, that IAEA inspectors won’t be allowed on site and this is Bad because Iranian technicians will inevitably cheat… Continue reading The AP Parchin story’s post-mortem

How badly did the AP get played on its Parchin story?

A couple of days ago, AP reporter George Jahn informed his readers that he’d obtained a copy of a draft agreement between the International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran over nuclear inspections at Iran’s Parchin military site. Parchin is important because, if you believe the questionable evidence that says Iran did at one time have… Continue reading How badly did the AP get played on its Parchin story?

How far down does this rabbit hole go?

If you recall my world news roundup thing from Monday, one of the stories I mentioned was an explosion (supposedly a pretty massive one, although that report is coming from an anti-government news outlet so you may need to take it — as well as the government’s version of events, that this was “an ordinary… Continue reading How far down does this rabbit hole go?