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Iranian Military Agent Turned Away At Airport After Trying To Enter U.S. Disguised As Cancer Researcher

Iranian Military Agent Turned Away At Airport After Trying To Enter U.S. Disguised As Cancer Researcher
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While most of the world is focused on North Korea (for good reason) it seems like a lot of us have taken our eye off of Iran.

They are still the world’s #1 bad guy and their actions in the Persian Gulf over the past year or so have made it very clear that they have no intention of backing down on their goal of undermining the United States wherever possible.

This week, we learned of a very troubling discovery made at Boston’s Logan Airport.

Check out who was trying to sneak into the country posing as a “cancer researcher”.

From Weasel Zippers via Washington Free Beacon:

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An Iranian citizen identified as a senior member of the country’s Basij military force was caught trying to enter the United States posing as a cancer researcher, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation who told the Washington Free Beacon that the Trump administration should begin investigating how the individual was granted a U.S. visa in the first place.

Seyed Mohsen Dehnavi, who has been identified as a member of Iran’s highly vetted volunteer Basij force, was turned away from entering the United States at Boston’s Logan Airport.

Sources familiar with the situation said that Dehnavi is billing himself as a medical researcher and was to assume residency at a Boston-based hospital. He was detained earlier this week at Logan Airport along with his family and later sent back to Iran.

A Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) official familiar with the situation told the Free Beacon that Dehnavi was “deemed inadmissible to the U.S. based on information discovered during the CBP inspection.”

Not good.

Not sure why this guy had a visa in the first place but it’s definitely a good thing that he was turned away.

So, what was this guy up to?

Typically, you don’t lie about who you are if you have good intentions.

Maybe we should work on our visa vetting process a little bit?  Or will that hurt liberal feelings too much?

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