Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Iran protesters seize documents from UK embassy in Tehran

Several reports indicate that the Iranian protesters that forced their way into the British embassy yesterday in Tehran seized a number of embassy documents.  The Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), for example, reported:
Speaking to IRNA, one of the students said the protestors are studying the documents seized from the Garden to get information on the UK's role in assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Majid Shahriari.  He added that having found the documents, the students hoped to prove the UK's role in assassination of important personalities and elite of the country. . . . Incoming reports indicate that the documents obtained from the Garden have been transferred to a safe place.
The Guardian also reported that:
Tabnak, a conservative website close to the former revolutionary guards commander, Mohsen Rezaei, claims the protesters have confiscated secret and spy documents from British embassy compound.