Michael Ledeen at The Corner links to Regime Change Iran, which has all the details about Mohammad El Baradei‘s being in cahoots with Iran. When one of the UN inspectors came to the conclusion that Iran was lying about its nuclear program, Iran demanded El Baradei fire him.
Read the report.
Update: Reuters reports on the story about the UN inspector, Chris Charlier, who has been denied access to Iran since he publicly commented on the UN inspectors’ lack of freedom in Iran. Notice that one name is conspicuously missing from this article: Mohammad El Baradei, the head of the IAEA, who was responsible for denying Mr. Charlier access to Iran.