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U.S. Blocks Iran Websites As Tensions Rise Before Nuclear Talks by Chris Strohm and Nick Wadhams

The U.S. has seized three dozen Iranian websites, according to a U.S. official, in a move likely to inflame tensions ahead of nuclear talks in Vienna expected to resume next month. A message appeared on several Iranian state-run news websites claiming they were “Seized by the United States Government” in a joint law enforcement action between the FBI and the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security. The Justice Department said in a statement on Tuesday night that the seizures were in “response to the Iranian regime targeting the United States’ electoral process with brazen attempts to sow discord among the voting populace by spreading disinformation online and executing malign influence operations aimed at misleading U.S. voters.”

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2 Replies to “U.S. Blocks Iran Websites As Tensions Rise Before Nuclear Talks by Chris Strohm and Nick Wadhams

  1. Seen several of your vids. You’re really right on target. But you and most others are missing one fact. This IS against the law. Forcing or coercing people into medical experiments is a violation of the Nuremberg Code and is a crime against humanity which is punishable by death. See Nuremberg Code.

    1. Dear Gene Witwer

      I agree, except I would say life in prison.

      Love Is The Answer
      Mark R. Elsis

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