WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The family of Robert Levinson, a former FBI agent who disappeared in March 2007 after traveling to an Iran-controlled island, said today they believe Levinson died in the custody of Iran, based on information from US officials.
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he was not informed that Levinson was dead, but things were not going well and many thought Levinson was dead.
White House national security adviser Robert O outlined Brien said in a later statement: about While the investigation is ongoing, we believe Bob Levinson may have died some time ago.
The Levinson family, said in a Facebook post and a website: Today with painful hearts, we are sharing the devastating news about Robert Levinson, the head of our family.
Recently, we received information from US officials that made both them and we conclude that our wonderful husband and father died while still in Iran. We don't know when or how he died, only that was before the 19 COVID pandemic, the family said.
The family said they did not know when, or even if, Levinson's body would be returned to them, calling it the definition of cruelty.
Trump called Levinson, a gentleman and prominent man. He added, clearly related to what US officials have told the family: I believe they have declared to the family, I believe.
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