A part-time Panama City resident is one of a handful of former Iranian hostages claiming Iran's new president is a terrorist.
Charles Scott was one of 52 Americans held hostage for 444 days after Iranian students took over the U.S. Embassy in Tehran in 1979.
Scott and several other former hostages are now claiming that Iran's new president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was one of those students who stormed the embassy and held them captive for more than a year.
Scott lives full-time in Jonesboro, Georgia, but does spent of lot of leisure time in Panama City.
He tells reporters that Ahmadinejad was one of the top two or three leaders, but the new president has denied any involvement in the hostage taking.