Iran Ransom Was Four Times Original Amount!

The Obama administration refuses to call it a ransom payment. What ever you want to call it, it appears to have risen from $400 Million to a total of $1.7 Billion. That is four times what was originally believed. The policy of the United States is to not pay ransom. The Obama administration calls this a “coincidence.” What do you think?

As Written By John Solomon for CIRCA:

The Obama administration disclosed to Congress on Tuesday that it transferred a total of $1.7  billion in cash through Swiss banks to Iran around the time American hostages were released this year, about four times the amount originally disclosed to the public, sources told Circa.

The news was delivered by the State, Defense and Treasury Departments in a private briefing to congressional staff who went into the meeting thinking they were learning more detail about the $400 million in payments originally reported in the news media.

A source directly familiar with the briefing, who spoke only on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to reporters, said the money was sent to Iran via Swiss banks on three dates; Jan, 17, Jan. 19 and Jan. 22.

The payments coincided with the release of a handful of American prisoners from Iran, including a Washington Post reporter.

“The cash payments were four ….

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