World Cup Fan 'Is Shot Dead by Islamic Regime Security Forces, After He Celebrated Iran's 1-0 Defeat to USA'
A football fan was allegedly shot dead by Islamic Regime security forces Tuesday night, November 29, after he celebrated Iran's defeat to the USA in the World Cup.
Mehran Samak, 27, was reportedly shot in the head in the city of Anzali, eastern Iran, by government agents after he honked his car horn to celebrate the Iranian national team's 1-0 loss.
Samak was sitting in his car next to his fiancée when a member of Iran's security forces approached their car and shot the football fan with a bullet to the head, reports Iranian media.
He was rushed to a hospital but he died within an hour. Samak had joined dozens of other Iranians across the country who celebrated the national team's loss to the United States amid growing anger against the Islamic Regime.
Many saw the match result as a victory against the Iranian government, which has cracked down on nationwide protests that have engulfed the Islamic Republic for months. In Iran's Kurdish region, football fans set off fireworks and honked car horns early on Wednesday to celebrate the Iranian team's defeat. (DM / VFI News)
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