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    Breaking: Families of Iran’s assassinated nuclear scientists sue US for supporting Israel’s acts of terror
    NBS | Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 | Published: 1:12 pm

    Breaking: Families of Iran’s assassinated nuclear scientists sue US for supporting Israel’s acts of terror

    The families of Iran’s assassinated nuclear scientists have filed a lawsuit against the United States for supporting Israeli regime’s acts of terror against the Iranian nation.

    Somayeh Afzali Niku, the lawyer, said in an exclusive interview with Press TV on Monday that the 400-page case, with about 500 pages of appendices, had 32 defendants and 11 plaintiffs.

    Afzali Niku censured the assassination of the prominent scientists as a “cowardly act,” saying that there was solid evidence the regime of Israel was involved.

    “The crime of assassination of our scientists should not go unanswered, and the perpetrators of these crimes, including the presidents and some other US officials, especially the US Secretary of State and Treasury, should be punished for their crimes,” the lawyer said in a separate interview with the semi-official ISNA news agency.

    Noting that the assassination of Iran’s nuclear scientists amounted to complete violation of all norms of international law, Afzali Niku added that Iran is seeking $100 million in reparation for damages. She explained that the compensation claim was related to the material, spiritual and psychological damage inflicted on the families of the assassinated scientists, and was calculated in accordance with international and legal procedures in US courts.

    Calling on the court to consider punitive damages for the perpetrators, the lawyer said property belonging to the US and the perpetrators of crimes in the region could be confiscated with the cooperation of other countries in order to exact compensation.

    The lawyer said the first court hearing will be held on April 10 after the defendants are informed of the plea, and that the defendants will be able to appear in court to defend themselves.

    The Israeli regime has a track record of martyring Iranian nuclear scientists since 2010 and Fakhrizadeh is the fifth to have been targeted.

    The Tel Aviv regime has not commented on any of the assassinations, but as to the last one, it has already spilled the beans on itself as Fakhrizadeh had long been on Israel’s hit list.

    Iranian government officials and military commanders have vowed harsh revenge against all those involved in the murder.


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