Among other things, I suggested that members of the Tinner family, who supervised the production of uranium centrifuge parts in Malaysia, were in fact CIA assets.
On Aug. 24, 2008, The New York Times revealed that that the suspicion was indeed well founded (2). Swiss authorities have admitted that all files regarding this affair have been destroyed at the demand of the US government.
“The United States had urged that the files be destroyed, according to interviews with five current and former Bush administration officials. The purpose, the officials said, was less to thwart terrorists than to hide evidence of a clandestine relationship between the Tinners and the C.I.A.,” The New York Times revealed. >>>>>