Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Father of Iran's nuclear program, was assassinated by Mossad without any agent, team on ground, by a sniper sitting thousands of miles away from the scene where it happened.
New Delhi: Mossad did a Bruce Willis from the movie ‘The Jackal’ on Mohsen Fakhrizadeh last year, when the most lethal spy agency of the world used an artificial intelligence powered satellite controlled computerised machine gun to kill him in Absard, a small city just east of capital Tehran in November 2020.
According to a new report by New York Times published Saturday, the weapon used to kill Fakhrizadeh, considered widely as the Father of Iran’s nuclear programme was a modified Belgian-made FN-MAG machine gun harnessed to a highly-advanced robotic apparatus.
According to the report, the 1000kg apparatus was smuggled inside Iran in a knocked down state, piece by piece and then reassembled and loaded on an abandoned-looking Nissan truck.
That fateful day, the senior Iranian scientist was travelling in his personal car, a Nissan sedan and was driving himself, his wife on the front passenger seat. He was being followed by security cars.
Fakhrizadeh was fired upon by the automated AI-powered high-powered automatic rifle while he was inside his car: a sniper sprayed a barrage of bullets sitting thousands of miles away from the scene. The report said that this could be achieved as the AI was programmed to compensate for delay, shake and car’s speed.
Fakhrizadeh slung out of the car after it swerved and stopped, the sniper fired another three rounds that hit the scientist for good.
It was all just a matter of 15 bullets and 60 seconds.