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.