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STUXNET WORM: Russian Experts Flee Iran's Dragnet For Cyber Worm Smugglers *PIC*

Although I do believe it's quite possible that Russians planted the Stuxnet Worm which has infected Iran's computers at its Nuclear facilities, I'm not sure it would have been the same Russians living in Iran with their families working at the facilities who are now being forced to flee that country.  Why would they endanger their own lives that way and the lives of their families?  But like all governments in the world, Russia is not above sacrificing its own people for "a greater cause."  In this case it would be to STOP the plans for a "Greater Iran" in the Middle East.  The Russians will never allow that any more than they will allow a "Greater Israel."   Now they have to find a way to stop a "Greater Rome" and to do that I think they will have to destroy the U.S. Military...Interesting Chess Game...

Russian Experts Flee Iran's Dragnet For Cyber Worm Smugglers


Debkafile's intelligence sources report from Iran that dozens of Russian nuclear engineers, technicians and contractors are hurriedly departing Iran for home since local intelligence authorities began rounding up their compatriots as suspects of planting the Stuxnet malworm into their nuclear program.  Among them are the Russian personnel who built Iran's first nuclear reactor at Bushehr which Tehran admits has been damaged by the virus...

The prime aim of their interrogation is to find out if Russian intelligence knowingly planted the destructive worm in Iran's nuclear facilities, possibly for under-the-counter pay, or were the unwitting carriers of equipment on order by Iran that had been previously infected.

Debkafile's Western sources report that the hundreds of Russian scientists, engineers and technicians employed in Iran were responsible for installing the Siemens control systems in Iran's nuclear complex and other facilities which proved most vulnerable to the cyber attack...

Russian Experts Flee Iran's Dragnet For Cyber Worm Smugglers

"Your move, Bennydict"... Undecided

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