Iran Admits Case Open On Former South Florida FBI Agent Being Held Hostage

 

For the first time ever, Iran admits to the U-N there's an open court case involving Bob Levinson--he's the retired FBI agent from Coral Springs who was detained on Iran's Kish island in 2007. The Levinson family filed a complaint with the U-N's working group on enforced or involuntary disappearances, and to their surprise Iran answered admitting it has an on-going case involving Bob Levinson. Bob's daughter Stephanie says they don't know what the case is about, but it proves he's not considered a missing person. She says they have never given up hope he's alive-even though he's been missing 12-and-a-half-years and now considered the longest-held hostage in U-S history. Last week the U-S government announced a 20-million-dollar reward in the case on top of the 5-million FBI award.

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