6,138. 10/14/2004

According to an Agence France-Presse article on October 14, 2004: “Muhammad Shahwani, the head of Iraq’s intelligence services, an agency directly funded by the CIA and outside the purview of the Iraqi government, stated that Iran was responsible for the assassination of a number of his agents. His agents had raided a number of safe houses in Baghdad and had found a ‘treasure trove’ of documents incriminating Iran in acts of subversion in Iraq. These documents, however, were never released, and nothing came of this accusation.”

 – Ali A. Allawi, The Occupation of Iraq, Page 305

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