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January 6, 2015 12:01 pm

Gunman From Cafe Siege in Australia Admitted Knowledge of Iran Terror Plans

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Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Morris said he had inside knowledge of Iran's terrorist strikes that killed more than 130 people. Photo: Flickr.

The Sydney Morning Herald – Man Haron Monis told associates he kept regular contact with ASIO about his claims that he defected from Iran with smuggled intelligence secrets and had inside knowledge of state-sponsored terrorist strikes that killed more than 130 people.

Fairfax Media has obtained correspondence from Monis, or Ayatollah Manteghi Boroujerdi, as he called himself when he wrote the letters – more than a decade before his 16-hour siege in Sydney’s Martin Place ended with the shooting deaths of himself and two of his 18 hostages.

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