The Iranian Government has reportedly warned citizens not to speak with Western or Outside media organizations if they want to see their loved ones who died in the plane crash. Further, an anonymous source has revealed that the Government of Iran will withhold the bodies of loved ones who died as a result of an Iranian missile.
Last week, Iran attempted to attack the United States at a base in Iraq, and during the assault, Flight PS752 was downed by an Iranian missile. Further, the intent of the strike is unknown. Investigations into the incident are ongoing.
On Saturday, protests erupted across Iran as students and citizens of the Islamic Republic began to display their frustration with the Government. During the last round of anti-government protests in the region, 1500 citizens were reportedly killed by the Iranian regime.
In addition to the reported order from the Iranian regime, it is rumored that the Government of Iran will shut down the internet in the region, causing a blackout of coverage. The current administration within Iran has long been a brutal regime and prohibited Human Rights organizations from observing the Government’s actions.