Former FBI Agent Levinson Died in Iranian Custody, Family Says

WASHINGTON—The family of Robert Levinson, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent who went missing in Iran in 2007, said in a statement Wednesday that they believe he died in Iranian custody. The statement said it was unclear when or how Mr. Levinson died, but said it was before the coronavirus outbreak. The family thanked…

Former FBI Agent Levinson Died in Iranian Custody, Family Says

WASHINGTON—The family of Robert Levinson, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent who went missing in Iran in 2007, said in a statement Wednesday that they believe he died in Iranian custody.

The statement said it was unclear when or how Mr. Levinson died, but said it was before the coronavirus outbreak. The family thanked the Trump administration for supporting its efforts to secure his release.

“We…

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