Monday, November 30, 2020

Iran's State News Agency Claims Top Nuclear Scientist Was Assassinated By A Remote-Controlled Machine Gun


 * Iran held funeral for slain nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in Tehran Monday, after he was killed in attack 
 * More details about attack have emerged, including claim that it was carried out using remote-control guns 
 * Sources said three-minute attack used remote-control gun in the back of a truck, which then self-destructed 
 * Hard-liners within Iran called for a strike on Israeli city of Haifa in revenge for attack they blame on Tel Aviv 

Iran's top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed using a remote controlled machine gun left inside a car which then blew up, sources within the country have claimed. 

Fakhrizadeh was shot at least three times by the gun, positioned in a Nissan pickup that was parked alongside the road he was travelling on, before it blew up, the semi-official Fars News Agency reported. 

The details emerged as Iran held a funeral for the slain scientist, known as the father of the country's nuclear programme, in Tehran on Monday - where leaders continued to vow revenge for his killing.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The story just gets more fanciful.