The Wall Street Journal revealed that TEHRAN, Iran—An Iranian prosecutor has sought the death penalty for an American man accused of working for the CIA, the semiofficial Fars news agency reported Tuesday. The prosecutor applied for capital punishment in a closed hearing, saying the suspect, identified as Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, “admitted that he received training in the United States and planned to imply that Iran was involved in terrorist activities in foreign countries” after he returned to the U.S. Mr. Hekmati entered Iran’s intelligence department three times, the prosecutor said. The report said Mr. Hekmati repeated a confession broadcast on state TV Dec. 18. Under Iranian law, spying can lead to death penalty only in military cases. The Fars report said Mr. Hekmati’s lawyer, identified only by his surname, Samadi, denied the charges. He said Iranian intelligence blocked Mr. Hekmati from infiltrating, and under the Iranian law, intention to infiltrate isn’t a crime. The lawyer said Mr. Hekmati was deceived by the CIA. No date for the next court hearing was released. Mr. Hekmati, 28, was born in Arizona, though his family is of Iranian origin. His father, who lives in Michigan, said his son isn’t a CIA spy and was visiting his grandmothers in Iran when he was arrested. Iran charges that as a U.S. Marine, he received special training and served at U.S. military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan before heading to Iran for his alleged intelligence mission....Read More »
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