CIA, Mossad Spy Sentenced to Death
IRAN NEWS NATIONAL DESK
TEHRAN – Judiciary’s spokesman Gholam-Hossein Esmaeili Mahmoud Mousavi Majd who was linked with CIA and Mossad and has provided them with intelligence from security bodies, especially armed forces like IRGC was sentenced to death.
Esmaeili stated that Mousavi Majd had disclosed information on the location of Iranian military sites and commanders.
He added that the convict had connections with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Israeli espionage service Mossad.
In exchange for receiving dollars, the spy gathered intelligence for the CIA and Mossad on the Iranian security sphere and Armed Forces, including on the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Quds Forces.
On the release of Michael White, an American citizen from prison, he said, “This was a humanitarian action within the framework of laws and regulations and Iran also tried to free innocent Iranians by releasing Michael White.”
Esmaeli added, “The Judiciary’s contribution to the release of American prisoners helped the release of some of our innocent compatriots who were imprisoned in the United States.”
The spokesman referred to the leniencies given to the release of American prisoner and said: “This person (Michael White) also had a private plaintiff (relator), and after the consent of the complainant, leniencies were considered for this prisoner.”
He added,” White had AIDS and it was possible that a problem would happen to him, but fortunately it did not. He with a serious illness was imprisoned in such a way that not only did his illness not worsen, but he also went through a process of recovery and was released.”
Esmaeili added: “The issue of prisoners and detainees is the responsibility of the judiciary, and without the permission of the judiciary, there will be no talk of releasing prisoners, and it is better those who are not responsible for this do not promise the release of foreign prisoners. The judiciary itself decides which prisoner can be released, but we use the views of the Supreme National Security Council.”
On the Ukrainian passenger plane crash, the spokesman said, 6 people have been arrested in this regard.
He also urged government officials to avoid giving any promise on the release of other prisoners without coordination with the Judiciary.