U.S. Didn't Abandon Robert Levinson, John Kerry Says
(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking exclusively to ABC’s Martha Raddatz for This Week, insisted that the United States had not abandoned former FBI agent Robert Levinson — the 65-year-old American who went missing in Iran seven years ago — and said he was personally involved in the effort to locate him. This week, Levinson’s family said he was working for a rogue CIA operation when he disappeared and accused the government of betraying him. Kerry rejected this narrative in his interview with Raddatz.