It was 30 years ago today that a mob of Iranian students scaled the walls of the U.S. embassy in Tehran, took 52 Americans hostage and began a lengthy standoff that humbled the most powerful country on earth.
Three decades later, the one-time hostages are still mad. The hostages' memories of their captivity remain vivid and their contempt for their captors remains raw. But mostly they are mad at the U.S. government.
"The Islamic Republic of Iran disavowed international law and never apologized...Full Story