Spy convicted of helping US kill general Soleimani to be executed ‘soon’

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An Iranian man has been convicted of spying for the US and Israel, Iran’s judiciary said on Tuesday.

Mahmoud Mousavi Majd was convicted of spying on Iran’s armed forces by helping target top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.  A spokesman for The Iranian Judiciary says he has been convicted for execution.

Mahmoud Mousavi Majd was convicted of spying on Iran’s armed forces “especially the Quds Force and on the whereabouts and movements of martyr General Qassem Soleimani” after he was induced with large sums of money from both Israel’s Mossad and the CIA, judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili told a televised news conference.

However, he could only divulge very little information about the prime suspect.

The decision raised suspicions about how Majd would have had access to Soleimani’s travel itinerary.

 Esmaili did not say when Majd would be executed, other than that it would be “soon”.

He also failed to directly link the information allegedly offered by Majd as what actually led to the general’s death.

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