Skip to comments.Fifth Rev. Guard Commander Dies of 'Heart Attack'
Posted on 02/14/2012 8:40:17 AM PST by bayouranger
The Iranian State media just announced that another high ranking Revolutionary Guard commander, Ahmad Sodagar, has died of a heart attack.
Sodagar, a major general, had served as the head of security and intelligence of the Guards Khatam-al-Anbia Base and was the chief commander of the Guards Prophet Mohammad Division. He had served in the Iran-Iraq war and, at the time of his death, was the head of the program Defaeh Moghadas or Holy Defense.
This is the fifth Guard commander to die because of a heart attack or stroke in the past month.
Those reported to have died before him were:
Vafa Ghafarian (52), a senior Guard officer, former senior manager of the Guards defense industry and electronic warfare, and the active chairman of Irans telecommunications. It was announced that he died due to illness, although the exact cause of death was not reported.
Abbas Mehri (52), another senior commander of the Guards, was reported by the Iranian authorities to have died in recent days of a stroke.
Ahmad Siafzadeh (55), former head of the Guards University died in recent days due to heart attack.
Mansour Torkan (50), former Guard commander and general manager of a company affiliated with the municipal office of Tehran. The cause of his death was announced as a stroke.
As reported before, a Removal Committee was formed recently by the order of Irans Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. The agenda of this committee is based on the possibility of war with the United States. Its mission includes sabotage and assassination before the war, during the war and after the war.
The activities also include accidental deaths of opposition members, suspicious deaths of those commanders within the Iranian armed forces opposing war, and terrorizing known personalities not in line with Khamenei, then blaming it all on the regimes enemies. Bombings in public places would again be blamed on the enemies to heighten fear among the populace and consolidate power within loyal forces
Or as they called it in the former Soviet Union, “The Kremlin Flu.”
Being in your 50s and having something to do with Mad Mo’ in Iran are high risk factors.
“Make it look like an accident, Nathan.”
Iran has always had a rigorous “zero defect” program.
Probably about to become vested.
Doctors determined the heart attacks were caused by complications from severe cases of lead poisoning.
Hmmm alot like Putin’s political enemies suddenly jumping out of windows or getting radiation posioning. At least our commander in chief doesn’t have the power to start purges...YET. But he is doing a good job of slashing the military in other ways.....
As Stalin is supposed to have said, Anyone can commit a murder, but it takes an expert to commit a natural death.
Or as they called it in the former Soviet Union, The Kremlin Flu.
I remember back in the late 1960s or early ‘70s when a large number of Russian Generals began to die of this “flu”.
Our intelligence began to wonder why so many died within a few weeks of each other.
“Working too hard can give you a heart attack ack ack ack ack ack” - Billy Joel, heart surgeon
At least our commander in chief doesnt have the power to start purges...YET***
What is the Chicag’a version of Arkanside?
One thing that has really surprised me it that the number of “mysterious” deaths of peeps associated with Baraq has not NEARLY been like the Clinton years.
DON’T eat the apple pie!!!!!
Died on his treadmill during his daily 10K. Fit as a fiddle.
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