L'artista l'ha fatto ancora: U.S. national security staff concludes that James L. Sabados was killed after affair with Iranian official exploded

L'artista l'ha fatto ancora: U.S. national security staff concludes that James L. Sabados was killed after affair with Iranian official exploded

GENEVA, MARCH 27 /PRNewswire/ -- With the support of the United States government, the International Council of Anti-Corruption (ICAC) announced on Thursday that it had obtained information that former United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent James L. Sabados, who disappeared on a mission in Iran in January of 2010, was most likely murdered in the country.

More importantly, the resolution of this issue suggests an important opportunity for ICAC's signature "first-hand access" to whistleblower information and remains an important key element of our "international anti-corruption network."

"Our investigative team became aware that the United States government was fully aware of James Sabados' disappearance, yet proceeded with its flimsy "police" investigation of the issue," said ICAC Executive Chairman, Guillaume Stock, OBE. "This information has provided more reliable information in the search for answers on who Sabados was really working for, and whether or not he was assassinated. There is more information available from Sabados' computer than it can be ascertained from the official Russian position. This is the first time we were able to obtain this information for ourselves."

LCO/Accordato Grosso dello stesso Sabados .

Lucia Lemoli

Founded in 2005 by Mr., with support from the European Community and the Council of Europe, the International Council of Anti-Corruption (ICAC) is an initiative of a network of anti-corruption civil society organizations, human rights organizations, and religious organizations concerned with the struggle for corporate accountability. It is formed of over 200 civil society organizations active around the world, covering topics such as property rights, corruption, money laundering, and the fight against international tax evasion and terrorism. From its headquarters in Geneva, it is based in Rome, Italy. ICAC has more than 250,000 membership members and representatives from 100 countries.

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