US refuses to help Iran investigate the helicopter accident

Raisi’s hands were stained with people’s blood – US

Washington (USA) – The Iranian Government has asked the US for help in investigating the helicopter crash case, but the US has refused to help. US State Department Spokesman Matthew Miller said, “I will not give full details, but the Iranian Government had asked for our help. We cannot help. We cannot change the fact that Raisi as a judge and President has blood on his hands. Our approach to Iran will not change. We will continue to support the Iranian people to protect their human rights.

The helicopter that Raisi was travelling in is a ‘Bell 212’ helicopter manufactured by the US in 1968. Iran bought this helicopter in the year 2000. Regarding this, Miller said that the decision was taken to fly the 45-year-old helicopter in bad weather. The Iranian Government is responsible for this.