Argentinian minister to be investigated for AMIA bombing
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency newswire reports that an Argentinian minister is being investigated for paying $400,000 to one of the people involved in the AMIA bombing, adding yet another layer of obfuscation an confusion into and investigation that was screwed up from the start and was marked by joint US-Israeli pressure on the Argentinians to finger Iran despite the lack of evidence implicating Iran in the bombing
Ahmadinejad: A study in obstinacy "Iran has often been at the receiving end of ultimatums from foreign powers," said Cyrus Safdari, an independent Iranian analyst. "The politicians who stood up to these ultimatums are treated as heroes, and the ones who caved are still considered to be traitors."
ASIA TIMES: Funding regime change Madame Rice has a really bad sense of timing in seeking to 'reach out to the people of Iran' - who don't need $75 million to watch 'a few bad apples' from the US torturing people in Abu Ghraib."