Robert Levinson, a former FBI agent who went missing in Iran in 2007, “may have passed away some time ago,” according to U.S. intelligence officials. The statement came after Levinson’s family released a statement of their own on Wednesday, saying they were told by U.S. officials Levinson was most likely dead. “As President Trump said today, Iran must provide a complete accounting of what occurred with Bob Levinson before the United States can fully accept what happened in this case,” National Security Advisor Robert C. O’Brien told CBS News in a statement. “While the investigation is ongoing, we believe that Bob Levinson may have passed away some time ago. The United States calls upon Iran to release all Americans who remain wrongfully detained in that country. The safe return of all Americans held hostage or wrongfully detained overseas remains a top priority of the Trump Administration.”In their statement, the Levinson family wrote that “We recently received information from U.S. officials that has led both them and us to conclude that our wonderful husband and father died while in Iranian custody.” “We don’t know when or how he died, only that it was prior to the COVID-19 pandemic,” the family added. A


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