As the Obama administration insists there is no proof Iran has captured a second U.S. drone, Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) says it's time for the U.S. to count their drones.
According to an IRGC spokesman, if the U.S. takes time to count their drones, "the capture is not an issue the Americans can easily refute."
The IRGC announced their alleged possession of the ScanEagle drone on Tuesday, when they claimed it crossed into Iranian airspace and was captured.
As I wrote on Dec. 5, the IRGC claims they have recovered information from the drone that shows it was being used to spy on Iranian "military installations and oil terminals."
The U.S. continues to claim there is no evidence the drone has been captured.