Iranian President Raisi, The ‘Butcher Of Tehran,’ Found Dead At Helicopter Crash Site

Washington Times

UANI Policy Director Jason Brodsky quoted: "…Mr. Raisi’s death or incapacitation wouldn’t change the Iran regime’s fundamental policies. Ayatollah Khamenei remains in office and is the country’s constitutional commander in chief, said Jason Brodsky, a scholar at the Middle East Institute. 'It has the potential to scramble the politics of succession in the Islamic republic with Raisi as a leading candidate as Khamenei’s successor,' Mr. Brodsky said. 'Raisi is also the most qualified person by virtue of bureaucratic experience to succeed Khamenei. He has been the closest person ideologically to Khamenei since he took over as supreme leader in 1989.'"