Here. Some good stuff in there if not the whole context.
(Also, Mazzetti knows that Iran has never attempted to create “highly enriched uranium, the fuel to build a nuclear bomb,” therefore they could not possibly begin to do so “once again.” [Technically, 20% U-235 can be called “highly enriched,” but that’s still far below the ~90% required to make a bomb, so it’s at best an invidious conflation.] I don’t know if his co-author knows that, but Mazzetti’s past reporting on this issue has been substantive, even if often Sanger-tainted. He must know better. So, is liar. Or he just has a terrible editor and has to take the lumps.)