Iran Publishes Pictures Of Captured U.S. Sailors Crying (Video)

Iran Publishes Pictures Of Captured U.S. Sailors Crying (Video)

Iran continues to exploit the unfortunate incident in which 10 American sailors were captured in the Persian Gulf last month and now has now released new photographs and a video in which at least one of the recently captured U.S. sailors is crying, according to a series of the pictures posted on social media.

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Of course President Obama and John Kerry are silent not daring to offend Iran and hurt their precious nuke deal. They should be defending our sailors and taking harsh action against Iran.

Instead, Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry praised and thanked Iran for the way they treated the captured sailors.

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The Washington Free Beacon reports that Iran has released new photographs in which at least one of the recently captured U.S. sailors is crying, according to a series of the pictures posted on social media.

The pictures, as well as an accompanying video, were released by Iranian state-controlled news outlets and disseminated on Twitter by Iranian reporters early Wednesday.

https://twitter.com/IranTalks/status/697419543023632386?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

The new photographs come on the heels of another set of pictures that showed Iranian military forces detaining the U.S. sailors at gun point and forcing them to place their hands upon their heads while kneeling on a ship.

Iran captured the 10 U.S. sailors earlier this year after they drifted into Iranian territorial waters.

The U.S. military disclosed after the incident that the sailors were held at gunpoint and that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps removed SIM cards and other technology from them.

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