Obama’s Mysterious $400 Million Cash Cargo Plane to Iran

Saturday, August 6, 2016
By Paul Martin

American hostage Saeed Abidini says his plane was “not allowed to leave” until Cash Plane Landed

By Alex Christoforou
Global Research
August 06, 2016

The most troubling aspect of the $400 million cash payment to Iran, is not the fact that the payment was made in cash. This can surely be explained by the US’s lack of a banking relationship with the heavily sanctioned Iran.

Nor was it the fact that the payment was not reported to the US public. The White House can say it had no reason to report, what it claims was a small part of a larger (Iran-Nuclear weapons) settlement deal…that had already been made public months ago.

What snags Obama, in what the president himself claims is “spy novel” stuff, comes down to simple timing and sequence of events.

To recap…on January 17, 2016, a cargo plane with $400 million in foreign currencies (Euros and Swiss Francs) was sent to Iran in the cover of the night.

The very same day the Iranian government released four American hostages held in Tehran.

One of the US Iranian hostage Saeed Abidini, spoke to FOX Business, and explained that the Iran government did not let his plane leave Tehran until the Obama ‘ransom plane’ arrived.

The four Americans waited on the tarmac for hours. Once the plane with the $400 million arrived, they were free to go.

Here is how Saeed Abidini explains it to Fox Business.

The Rest…HERE

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