Skip to comments.U.S. Didnít Abandon Robert Levinson, Secretary of State Kerry Says
Posted on 12/14/2013 12:43:38 PM PST by Olog-hai
Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking exclusively to ABCs Martha Raddatz for This Week, insisted that the United States had not abandoned former FBI agent Robert Levinsonthe 65-year-old American who went missing in Iran seven years agoand said he was personally involved in the effort to locate him.
This week, Levinsons family said he was working for a rogue CIA operation when he disappeared and accused the government of betraying him. Kerry rejected this narrative in his interview with Raddatz.
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Kerry rejected this narrative...
Jeez, did he have his lucky hat on?
Rejected this narrative?
I guess it all depends on the meaning of is...
Rejecting the narrative, isn’t that what the
White House spox said when questioned last week?
He didn’t deny the question, he questioned the narrative.
Who are you going to believe? The family or the lyin’ horse face and his master?
Well,” said Kerry. “I certainly think “abandoned” is not the right word. I mean, it’s not like Benghazi.”
"The memory of sitting in a little rubber dinghy off Karg Island on Christmas Eve of 2006 waiting to row whats-his-name to the safety of the USS R. Buckminster Fuller because of the unlawful actions of George W. Bush is seared -- seared -- into my memory."
A little advice for the Levinson family; don’t hold your collective breaths waiting for The John Kerry to facilitate the safe return of your loved one. John loves to hold meetings to discuss continued negotiations, which will examine the possible conditions under which he might schedule another meeting.
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