EXCLUSIVE: Helicopter crash killing Iranian president was most likely 'bad aviation'

Monday's episode of Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec featured former Navy Seal and founder of Blackwater, Erik Prince, who informed viewers that the helicopter crash that killed Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi Sunday was most likely an accident due to "bad aviation," from what he could gather.

He noted that there was a slim chance that it was an internal hit due to a power struggle or a hit from an opposition group to the regime, but that "the likelihood of it being an external hit, meaning an Israeli or US or someone-sponsored hit is exceedingly unlikely."

Instead, Prince observed "heavy fog and rain" in the footage from the rescue. He compared the conditions to when Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash in 2020 in Los Angeles. He also posited that the Iranians do not have the best aviation technology, parts or maintenance due to the sanctions they have been placed under. 

"The pilots look like they drove into the side of a mountain," he said.

He added however, "the deceased, was certainly, I would say, the odds on favorite to be the next Supreme Leader of Iran, and with his track record of marauding against the citizens, having killed and executed 1000s of them, there could easily be the case made that someone got after him."

Prince noted that timing any sort of sabotage with awful weather would be "very hard."

Watch the full episode below.

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