Saturday, 3 December 2011

Iranian Accident Or "Accident"?

There is a very interesting piece up on Defense Tech comparing two google earth pictures of a missile lab outside Tehran. In the first picture, dated September 9th, the compound is intact. In the second picture, dated November 22nd, the compound has been destroyed. As commenters point out, the initial explosion seems to have occured at the top left corner (north west) of the compound, with the rest of the compound being either burned out or suffering blast damage (or both). Either this was simply an accident, or it was an "accident" with possible U.S., Israeli or British involvement.

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