But Ahmadinejad said yesterday: "The US administration released the documents. They have no legal value and no one would waste their time reviewing them.
"We don't think this information was leaked. We think it was organised to be released on a regular basis and they are pursuing political goals."
As Ahmadinejad spoke, his officials said motorbike assassins had killed one of Iran's top nuclear scientists and wounded another by sticking magnetic bombs to their cars.
Predictably, they blamed America and Israel for the attacks.
Predictably, America and Israel are the most likely suspects.