Now this is sounding familiar:
The U.N. nuclear monitoring agency presented documents Monday that diplomats said indicate Iran may have focused on a nuclear weapons program after 2003 – the year that a U.S. intelligence report says such work stopped.
Iran again denied ever trying to make such arms. Ali Ashgar Soltanieh, the chief Iranian delegate to the International Atomic Energy Agency, dismissed the information showcased by the body as “forgeries.”
He and other diplomats, all linked to the IAEA, commented after a closed-door presentation to the agency’s 35-nation board of intelligence findings from the U.S. and its allies and other information purporting to show Iranian attempts to make nuclear arms.
I’m not saying that Iran’s claim isn’t bogus, but we all know about false documents regarding nuclear ambitions and leading us into war.