Robert Destro, professor, law, was mentioned in a New York Times story on Robert Levinson, who vanished in Iran in 2007. See below.
Clues Emerge on Robert Levinson, C.I.A. Consultant Who Vanished in Iran
From: New York Times
Date: Jan. 22, 2016
Author: Barry Meier
Soon after the episode in Paris, a law professor at Catholic University of America in Washington affiliated with the Fellowship, Robert A. Destro, sent a detailed report about it to the F.B.I. Four F.B.I. agents also interviewed an American living in Paris, one of the two men who met with the diplomat.
Mr. Destro also alerted the F.B.I. about the Fellowship’s involvement in Mr. Levinson’s case and its interactions with religious leaders in Iran. “We wanted to be upfront and clear with them,” he said.
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