Iran's Cyber Warfare Head Shot Dead in Suspected Assassination, Telegraph Reports

Mojtba Ahmadi was found with two bullets in his heart, a website affiliated with the Revolutionary Guard Corps reported.

Iran's commander of the Cyber Warfare Headquarters was found dead in a forest outside Tehran in what is suspected to be an assassination, the Telegraph reported Wednesday.

Mojtba Ahmadi was found with two bullets in his heart, as reported in a website affiliated with the Revolutionary Guard Corps quoted by the Teleraph: "I could see two bullet wounds on his body and the extent of his injuries indicated that he had been assassinated from a close range with a pistol,” an eyewitness told the website."

The local police commander said two people on motorcycles are said to be involved in the suspected assassination.

Five Iranian nuclear scientists and the head of the country’s ballistic missile program have been killed since 2007. Iran has accused the Mossad, of carrying out these assassinations.