Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, 62, (top right) dubbed the ‘father’ of Iran’s illegal atomic program, was ambushed November 27 while driving to his home in Absard, near Tehran. New details emerged in a New York Times report, based on interviews with American, Israeli and Iranian officials. Fakhrizadeh is said to have been killed by a Mossad sniper who pulled the trigger from an undisclosed location thousands of miles away via satellite. The gun which fired the fatal shots was positioned in a pickup truck lying in wait for his car (bottom left the aftermath). There was also a second disguised spy car positioned three-quarters of a mile earlier along the route in a spot where Fakhrizadeh’s car would make a U-turn (map on top). Cameras in this vehicle positively identified Fakhrizadeh and his position in the car sending this information back to the remote sniper. AI technology was programmed to compensate for a 1.6 second delay between the camera capturing the images and the trigger being pulled. The entire ambush was over within one minute of the first round being fired.
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SOURCE: Daily Mail