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Bob Ney was Prasi's boss and partner for 10 years PDF Print

Parsi's main collaborator in Washington between 1997- 2006 was the corrupted Congressman Bob Ney. They worked together to influence Congressional policy toward Iran. In a document prepared by Parsi, he explained the nature of his relation with Bob Ney:

“The first achievement of IIC can be traced back to the summer of 1997 when Trita Parsi worked as a political consultant for Congressman Robert Ney of Ohio. Congressman Ney was at the time a proponent of the US’s isolation policy of Iran and had contacts with the Mujahedine Khalq terrorist organization. Mr. Parsi was hired to consult the Ohio Congressman on his policy vis-à-vis Iran, and persuade him to reconsider his position in favor of a pro-dialogue, pro-engagement policy.”

Some of Parsi's CV  and letters written by him explaining his relation with Bob Ney:

http://iraniansforum.com/Document/parsi_Ney/CurriculumVitae.pdf

http://iraniansforum.com/Document/CVParsi.pdf


http://iraniansforum.com/Document/parsi_Ney/CV20020131.pdf

http://iraniansforum.com/Document/parsi_Ney/LetterBob.pdf

http://iraniansforum.com/Document/Jobb-AIC.pdf 

http://iraniansforum.com/Document/parsi_Ney/StatementPurpose.pdf

http://iraniansforum.com/Document/parsi_Ney/WWCCoverletter.pdf