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Report: Iranian top nuclear scientist assassinated by Israel with remote-control robot gun

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Iran- According to a report published on Saturday, September 18th in The New York Times, Iran’s top nuclear scientist was assassinated by Israel’s national intelligence agency using a high-tech remote-controlled machine gun. 

NYT Confirms Israel Killed an Iranian Nuclear Scientist With a Robot Sniper – Futurism https://t.co/KdAvUfrRTs

— N A (@NahidAlaei) September 20, 2021

The report stated that Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was shot on November 27, 2020, while driving his Nissan Teana between a vacation home on the Caspian Sea and a country house in the town of Absard, where he planned to spend the weekend with his wife. 

Iranian agents working for Israel had parked a blue Nissan Zamyad pickup truck on the side of the road with a 7.62-mm sniper machine gun hidden among decoy construction materials. 

An assassin with the Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency, fired the gun at Fakhrizadeh.

The assassin was reportedly more than 1,000 miles away using an advanced robot to operate the weapon that was smuggled into the country in small pieces over several months. Taken together, all of its components would have weighed around a full ton.

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