Israel killed Iran's top nuclear scientist with remote-control machine gun that was smuggled into the country in small parts, report claims | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Israel killed Iran's top nuclear scientist with remote-control machine gun that was smuggled into the country in small parts, report claims

Israeli secret agents spent months smuggling a high-tech machine gun into Iran in tiny pieces to kill the regime’s top nuclear scientist, it was revealed last night.

The remote-controlled weapon fired 13 high-accuracy rounds into Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, 62, known as the ‘father’ of Iran’s illegal atomic programme, as he was driven from the capital Tehran to his country residence last year.

The gun was so accurate that the scientist’s wife, who was sitting just inches from him, emerged entirely unscathed from the attack.

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