Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri, who American officials said provided nuclear secrets to the U.S. and then had second thoughts, has returned to Iran, the latest development in a strange tale of international espionage and Iran-U.S. relations. Although American officials said Amiri voluntarily gave up Iranian nuclear secrets, Iran has insisted Amiri was kidnapped from Saudi Arabia and imprisoned and tortured in the U.S. Amiri made several conflicting YouTube videos, where he claimed to be held involuntarily or that he was a Ph.D. student who came to the U.S. under his own free will. The radiation specialist was in a program similar to the Witness Protection Program run by the CIA. Three days ago, Amiri went to the Iranian Interests Section of the Pakistani embassy and asked to return to Tehran.
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