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Robert Levinson's family says he was on unauthorized CIA mission when he disappeared

This undated handout photo of Robert Levison was received by his family in April 2011 (AP Photo/Levinson Family)

This undated handout photo of Robert Levison was received by his family in April 2011 (AP Photo/Levinson Family)

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Former FBI Agent Robert Levinson disappeared from Kish Island in Iran in 2007. He has not been heard from since.

In 2010, images of him, in captivity, in Iran began to emerge.

Last week, the Associated Press and the Washington Post reported that Robert Levinson had been working for the CIA when he disappeared, and that the mission was unauthorized.
   
His family is asking for a meeting with the new head of the FBI, James Comey.
   
Click Listen to hear David McGee, the lawyer who is representing Mr. Levinson's family.

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