Officially, Iran has issued indictments for 73 US citizens over their involvement in the assassination of former commander of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps' Quds Force Lieut. Gen. Qassem Soleimani, according to First Deputy of the Iranian Judiciary Mohammad Mosaddeq.
Mosaddeq added that the judiciary has identified as of now 97 implicated individuals, noting that Iran is looking to bring to trial former US President Donald Trump for his part in the assassination.
According to Mosaddeq, Iran has sent requests for cooperation to nine countries suspected of involvement in coordinating the assassination, and some have already responded.
Tehran has repeatedly assured the US and "Israel" that it will avenge Soleimani's murder and that it will keep them on their toes since they won't know when and where they will come under attack.
Iran has also previously requested that Interpol issue a red notice for all those behind the assassination of Lieut. Gen. Soleimani, especially after Tehran identified the perpetrators in connection with the terror attack, including Trump, Pentagon officials, and American forces in the region.