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American 'Spy' Nabbed in Iran: Family Wants Answers

Robert Levinson disappeared from Iran in 2007, later said to be on unsanctioned CIA operative.
12/16/2013

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through the holiday break. An american who vanished on a trip to iran more than six years ago. The family of robert levinson, now akuding the u.S. Government of not doing nearly enough to find him and... See More
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