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–Unexplained–

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Oct/2009
“Timothy Hampton, 47, a scientist involved in monitoring nuclear activity was found dead last week at the bottom of a stairwell in Vienna.”
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1224377/British-nuclear-experts-17th-floor-UN-death-plunge-suicide.html …”It has been suggested that Mr. Hampton may have been involved in talks discussing nuclear testing in Iran. ..The U.N. has strongly denied the claims.”
…”His body was discovered [Oct.20] Tuesday at about 8pm. Friends said it was usual for him to work late into the night. His widow, a weapons inspector for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) was working in Japan when her husband died.”…”[A] source added that he ‘was not the suicide type’.”
   “The IAEA..is based in the building next to CTBTO [Hampton's office bdlg.] in Vienna. Under a year ago, an American died at the IAEA in strikingly similar circumstances, his body being found at the bottom of a stairwell…an investigation into that case continues, though Austrian police have concluded it was a suicide”… 
——explained by this? posted Nov. 28, 2009, http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20091128/ap_on_re_us/iran_nuclear

…”If Iran withdraws from the treaty, its nuclear program would no longer be subject to oversight by the U.N. nuclear agency. That in turn would be a significant blow to efforts to ensure that no enriched uranium is diverted from use as fuel to warhead development.

The lawmaker’s threat came a day after the board of the U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Agency passed a resolution demanding Tehran immediately stop building its newly revealed nuclear facility near the holy city of Qom and freeze uranium enrichment”…

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