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The Fbi agent Levinson disappeared in Iran, the family proclaims: died in detention
The former Fbi agent Robert Levinson, the hostage, the longer an inmate of american history after be disappeared in mysterious circumstances in Iran in 2007, is "dead while he was in detention" in that Country. This was announced by his family.

"we Recently received information from the leaders, americans who have led both them and us to conclude that our wonderful husband and father is dead. We do not know when or how it died, but only that it happened before the pandemic coronavirus," wrote the family in a statement. But shortly after president Donald Trump seemed to contradict the revelations from members of his administration. "Things seemed to go well, he was sick, but I do not accept that he is dead," he said during a press conference at the White House on the coronavirus. "We have not said that he died, even if a lot of people think that it is," he added.
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