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This is the story of the assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, on Friday, Nov. 27, 2020.


The assassin was a killer robot, and the entire operation was conducted by remote control.

All the agents who had placed the trap had left the area long before.

The robot was equipped with artificial intelligence and multiple-camera eyes, operated via satellite and capable of firing 600 rounds a minute.


Unlike noisy drones, which can alert enemies and be shot down, a killer machine gun robot in a broken-down vehicle or in a building can wait silently and undetected until ready to strike.

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