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Missing Broward man surfaces in Wikileaks cable

The Daily Telegraph reports that a Wikileaks diplomatic cable says that a political prisoner who managed to flee Iran suggested that missing Broward resident Robert Levinson -- missing since 2007 -- "may have spent time in one of the Revolutionary Guard’s notorious secret jails.

"The informant, who was detained in August 2009 amid the civil unrest sparked by the country’s disputed presidential elections, claims that he saw the words 'B. LEVINSON' written on the frame of his cell, beneath three lines of English which he assumed to be a 'plea for help.'

But Main Justice says Iran's Revolutionary Guard has rejected the allegations that it ever detained Levinson.

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