And all the spies are spies and all the spies that are spies are all spies and if you spy on someone you're all spies. And I guess I'm a spy because I spied on my kids all the time so everyone I know is a spy.
Iran's intelligence minister on Sunday signaled that Tehran might be open to a prisoner swap with the U.S. for three Americans jailed in Iran since last July.
Sarah Shourd, 31, Shane Bauer, 27, and Josh Fattal, 27, were arrested along the Iraqi border 10 months ago. Iran has accused them of espionage and entering the country illegally; their families say the three were hiking in Iraq's largely peaceful mountainous northern Kurdish region and that if they crossed the border, it was accidental.
Last week, Iran allowed the trio's mothers to visit their children. The mothers were hoping to secure their children's' release, but returned to the United States on Saturday empty-handed. However, they say they were heartened to find their children are being treated well and in reasonable health.
On Sunday, Iranian Intelligence Minister Haidar Moslehi said the three Americans' "status as spies is a clear and obvious case," according to state TV.
But Moslehi said there would be a chance of discussing a prisoner exchange with the U.S. once Washington makes a humanitarian gesture toward Iranians in U.S. custody similar to the one Iran made last week toward the mothers. [...] go read the rest
So the moral of the story from Iran is if you don't want them to have nukes everyone is a spy.
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