How did Iranian spies enter the U.S. so easily?

Masih Alinejad, author of 'The Wind in My Hair: My Fight for Freedom in Modern Iran", was a target of Iranian Intelligence.

Iranian born journalist Masih Alinejad lives in NY and was recently targeted by Iranian spies. While it was detected before she could be injured, how did the spies get in and how did they escape notice for so long? What this says about national security is alarming.

Founder of Americans for Intelligence Reform, a non-profit organization, Brad retired after 25 years as a Senior Operative with the CIA. His multiple stations included areas fighting terrorism, and those succumbing to lawlessness, human rights violations, and communism. At AIR we publish what you need to hear that our media censors. Support independent news outlets by sharing and following.

1 thought on “How did Iranian spies enter the U.S. so easily?

  1. See something say nothing. Don’t want to be labeled xenophobic and racist am I right? #PhilHaneyDidntKillHimSelf

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