http://bigstory.ap.org/article/a9f4...ve-un-let-iran-inspect-alleged-nuke-work-site Highlights: Iran has denied access to the Parchin site for years. US intelligence, Israeli intelligence, "other" intelligence, and the IAEA's own investigation point to the Parchin site as a location for working on components of nuclear weapons. Under the terms of the deal, Iran will be allowed to limit access to the Parchin site to only Iranian inspectors instead of the normal international inspectors. Olli Heinonen, who was in charge of the Iran probe as deputy IAEA director general from 2005 to 2010, said he could think of no similar concession with any other country. The Iranian inspections will prove compliance by taking their own pictures and video on site, and submitting this evidence to the IAEA. Futhermore, they will be allowed to avoid taking pictures and video of any areas that they deem to be of military importance. I've been supportive of the deal. I thought the Congressional/Neten-yahoo end run was embarrassing. But now I feel like a duped. I don't see how this deal is in any way defensible. Obama himself said that "strict verification is crucial". Someone explain how this is strict verification. "House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi shrugged off the revelation." I would prefer if she would explain how this isn't the biggest loophole in the history of loopholes.