Israel's remote-controlled killer gun suspected of killing Iranian nuclear scientist

Israel's remote-controlled killer gun suspected of killing Iranian nuclear scientist
The top scientist of the atomic bomb making team for Iran. Israel is being blamed for the murder of Mohsin Fakhrizadeh. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and its supreme clergyman Ayatollah Ali Khamani have directly accused Israel of naming. At the same time, senior officials of the Iranian army have alleged that Fakhrizadeh was fired from a machine gun controlled by the remote and then exploded in the attacking vehicle. Authorities have also stated that no evidence has been found of any Israeli person being present at the scene.

There is now a worldwide discussion about which gun is this, which killed an Iranian scientist living in high security for 24 hours in such a dangerous way. The gunfire also pierced the scientist's car called bullet proof. Allegations are also being made against Israel because a few days ago a company there launched a portable automatic gun. The company claimed that this gun could automatically scan targets and lock targets. After which the operator sitting away can fire from a wireless device like a bullet whenever he wants.

General Ali Shamkhani of Iran's Army Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Drs. After handing over to Mohsin Fakhrizadeh, it claimed that it was executed through a remote controlled machine gun. Asli Shamkhani is also the secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council. He has also served as head of information related to Israeli and US intelligence agencies.

Shamkhani said at the funeral of Fakhrizadeh that the enemy used an entirely new method, style, professional and special way to reach his goal. Iranian media reports claimed that when Iranian scientist Fakhrizadeh Absar approached close to the city, a sudden fire began from the top of a truck parked near a roundabout. The remote control gun was fitted on this truck. After carrying out the attack, there was a huge explosion in the truck which destroyed all the evidence.

The Israeli company Smart Shooter developed the SMASH hopper gun attached to the SMASH product in July. This gun is also known as Light Remote Controlled Weapon Station (LRCWS). The system features SMASE 2000 computerized guns and remotely controlled mounts. Which can be mounted on a tripod, on the ground or on a car.

The SMASH 2000 gunite does not require any automatic gun. It automatically detects the target and locks it. After which, when the seated operator feels that by firing now, the target will suffer more damage, he can fire through the remote control. It is also said in Iran that it may have been attacked using this gun. However, this has not been officially confirmed.

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