The Spy Script

This week when Hezbollah announced the names of 10 CIA spies it said it had uncovered, the CIA response was: "The agency does not, as a rule, address spurious claims from terrorist groups," CIA spokeswoman Jennifer Youngblood said. "I think it's worth remembering that Hezbollah is a dangerous organization, with al-Manar as its propaganda arm. That fact alone should cast some doubt on the credibility of the group's claims." [whatever we do is right and we'll say whatever works]
 The CIA has a long history of using Iranians for spies.
In a significant failure for the United States in the Mideast, more than a dozen spies working for the CIA in Iran and Lebanon have been caught and the U.S. government assumes they will be or have been executed, according to four current and former U.S. officials with connections to the intelligence community.
operative Amir Mirzaei Hekmati
The spies were paid informants recruited by the CIA for two distinct espionage rings targeting Iran and the Beirut-based Hezbollah organization, considered by the U.S. terrorist regime  to be a terror group backed by Iran.

Iran sentences CIA operative to death 09 Jan 2012 Iran has sentenced to death CIA operative Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, who was earlier arrested by Iran's intelligence forces on charges of committing acts of espionage on behalf of the US. The verdict was issued by Tehran's Revolution Court on Monday after the defendant was found guilty of collaboration with the US government and its intelligence agency, the CIA, against the Islamic Republic of Iran. Mirzaei Hekmati was charged with attempting to infiltrate Iran's intelligence apparatus in efforts to implicate the Islamic Republic in sponsoring terrorism. The defendant was hired by the CIA in May 2009 to carry out espionage operations in .
 Hekmati
 Hekmati, left, has 20 days to appeal his death sentence handed down by an Iranian court.
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It's not easy to be an Arab spy for America. Or just an Arab, for that matter. If she thought it was hard here, wait till she tries to go home to visit her grandparents or something.! Whoops!
"I love the (host) country. I believe in the (host ) country. I believe in everything that this (host) country stands for," Prouty told "60 Minutes" correspondent Scott Pelley.
Nada Prouty's identity was once a closely held national secret. She was an FBI agent, then a CIA officer with top security clearances who penetrated "terrorist" organizations overseas. And because she's originally from Lebanon, she speaks native Arabic, a valuable skill for an American spy.




"Nothing prepares you to meet a terrorist, a real-life terrorist, someone who's killed Americans [like Mossad?] , someone who's vowed to always kill Americans, " Prouty explained.

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