A judge in Iraq has issued an arrest warrant for Donald Trump. The Baghdad’s investigative court found Trump guilty of murdering an Iraqi paramilitary leader.
The paramilitary leader, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, was killed during the assassination of the Iranian General Qasem Soleimani in January 2020. Muhandis died along with Soleimani in a United States airstrike.
After a preliminary investigation on the murder case, the Supreme Judicial Council of Iraq released a statement saying the judge issued an arrest warrant for Donald Trump.
However, investigations will continue to find out other participants who were involved in carrying out the crime.
In addition, according to reports, Iran also issued an arrest warrant for the death of General Qasem Soleimani.
During a fundraising dinner in Florida, Trump had described the operation as taking out two items for the price of one. To him, Soleimani is a terrorist but he did not define him as a threat.
Attorney General of Tehran, Ali Alqasi Mehr, claims that Donald Trump will be prosecuted after his term in the Presidential seat ends.
Currently, Trump is facing a possible impeachment after he incited his supporters in protesting.
HELLO NEWS reported that his Facebook and Twitter accounts were locked for 24 hours and 12 hours respectively. He was accused of going against the rules of the two social media giants.
Additionally, the democratic leaders are eyeing on impeaching him if the Vice President Mike Pence does not remove him from office.
Prosecutors are also gathering evidence and witnesses who will testify against the outgoing President Donald Trump.
On other matters, President-elect Joe Biden was declared victorious against Trump after the Congress announced his win over the current President.