Rigi: U.S. promised military base and unlimited aid

February 27, 2010 - 0:0

Jundullah terrorist leader Abdolmalek Rigi confesses to offers of unlimited support by the U.S. spy agency, the CIA.

In a televised confession on Press TV, Rigi said that in a Dubai meeting with CIA agents, he was promised unlimited support that included a military base anywhere near the Iranian border equipped with weaponry and training facilities.
Rigi added that he was to meet a top U.S. intelligence official in the U.S. military base of Manas in Kyrgyzstan to work the details of the support U.S. will provide for his group.
The terrorist leader emphasized that the U.S. operatives insisted in their meetings with him that Iran is their primary focus in the region, even more important than al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
Rigi added that the CIA agents also explained to him that since a U.S. military attack on Iran would be very difficult, they intend to support all anti-Iran groups that have the capability of waging war inside Iran and to destabilize the country.
(Source: Press TV)