New speculation about the connection between Fakhrizadeh’s assassination and the murder of two other scientists

Dr. Bing Lu

In May of this year, Filiwis reported that the body of Dr. Bing Lu, a 37-year-old Chinese researcher who was an assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and working on the origin of the corona virus, was found at the researcher’s home in northern Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Police believe he was killed.

“The focus of Bing Lu’s research was on the basic sciences of coronavirus,” the Department of Systemic and Computational Biology and University of Pittsburgh, where Bing Lu was researching, said in a statement. He was on the verge of finding very important results in finding the cellular mechanisms that give rise to Covid-19.

The department also announced that it intends to continue the researcher’s efforts.

Chinese police say Bing Lu was shot dead by a Chinese man at his home. The killer, a 46-year-old Chinese man named Hao Gu, is said to have gotten into his car after killing Bing Lu and shot himself.

The two added that they both knew each other but their relationship was not related to Lou’s investigation into the coronavirus.

“Following the death of Bing Lu, a user on a Chinese social network wrote: ‘Maybe he found out that the Corona virus had come out of a US laboratory.’

Many similar comments suggest that Lou may have been killed because he was about to reveal an important secret about the origin of the Corona virus.

Another user wrote: An unusual case; Secrets are probably hidden in the dark.

“Many users have also mentioned that Luo’s Chinese identity puts him in danger in the United States, although there is no evidence that Lou was targeted because of his American descent.”

The main motive for the murder has not yet been revealed.

Dr. Mohsen Fakhri Zadeh

On December 28th, Dr. Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Deputy Minister of Defense and Head of the New Research Organization of the Ministry of Defense, was targeted by a very complex terrorist attack in Damavand Absard. After being injured and taken to hospital, doctors’ efforts were unsuccessful and the Iranian scientist was martyred.

From the first hours of the assassination, Shahid Fakhrizadeh was named a nuclear and defense scientist, and some media outlets, especially foreign media, mentioned him as the head of Iran’s nuclear program, but that night, Amir Hatami, Minister of Defense and Armed Forces Support, listed his services. “Martyr Fakhrizadeh was one of the pioneers of the country’s scientific movement to provide the equipment needed to fight the corona, and the complex under his management was one of the first centers to produce the corona detection kit under his responsibility,” said Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in various scientific fields.

On the other hand, Dr. Zali, Commander of the Tehran Corona Headquarters, announced another fact in his message of condolence the day after the assassination and wrote: “Martyr Fakhrizadeh’s attempt to make a corona vaccine was not in vain and with the efforts of him and his colleagues, this project “It has now reached the stage of human experiments.” Zali was probably referring to the same vaccine that Minoo Mehrz, a member of the scientific committee of the Corona virus headquarters in Iran, announced on Monday, January 1, that the first phase of the human test would begin after the first week of January and 56 people had volunteered for the injection.

Coinciding with the assassination of Fakhrizadeh, some media outlets and social media outlets released a video of a speech by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a few years ago, naming Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, pointing the finger at Israel, and Trump’s two Twitter reactions that night. , Strengthened speculation about the connection between the United States and the Zionist regime in committing this crime. Hours after the assassination, he first posted on his page the immediate news of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh’s assassination, published by The New York Times, and then republished the Twitter message of an Israeli journalist and military-security expert, Yossi Melman, in which he wrote: ” According to inside Iranian news, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was assassinated in Damavand, east of Tehran. He was in charge of Iran’s secret military program and had been wanted by Mossad for years. “His death is a great psychological and professional blow to Iran.”

Also two days later, the British Guardian newspaper published an analysis in which it considered the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh by Israel impossible without a green light for Trump. “Americans and regional analysts speculate that Israel can only be involved in the assassination if it has Trump’s permission,” the paper wrote in part.

The newspaper also cited analysts’ statement as “reasonable”, citing a number of reasons: “This assassination is an extremely provocative act and runs the risk of turning Iran into an armed retaliation against its most prominent enemies – Israel, Saudi Arabia and US forces stationed in the region. – Push. In this sense, assassination means declaring war. No Israeli leader or irresponsible person like Benjamin Netanyahu has ever taken such a dangerous step without making it clear to Washington. The United States and Israel have cooperated in all the sabotages inside Iran. Given the sharp failure of Trump’s policy on Iran over the past four years, there is no doubt that he feels frustrated. The maximum-pressure sanctions campaign failed to bring Iran to its knees as expected, and Iran’s uranium reserves are rising after Trump unilaterally withdrew from the nuclear deal. US President-elect Joe Biden’s remarks about reviving the nuclear deal and returning to the UN Security Council are also possible reasons for Trump’s involvement in the affair. “Trump shot himself in the foot and escalated regional tensions.”

Dr. Alexander Sasha Kagansky

Russian media reported on Monday that Alexander Sasha Kagansky, a 45-year-old Russian scientist working on the Corona vaccine, was mysteriously stabbed to death on Sunday evening after stabbing himself out of the window of his 14th-floor apartment building in St. Petersburg. He was thrown out and killed.

Police discovered the scientist’s body in his underwear in front of the building where he lived.

According to St. Petersburg police, traces of stab wounds were found on the man’s body, as well as fights and clashes in his home.

Russian police say they are investigating Kagansky’s death as a possible murder case and the interrogation of a 45-year-old man as a potential suspect.

No evidence has yet been found to link the killings and assassinations to the activities of these scientists in the field of corona research, but the three scientists have two things in common; One is their research in the field of diagnosis and treatment of coronary heart disease and the other is that all three scientists were from the East; Iran, Russia and China.