Canadian sniper Wali is dead. He is considered the deadliest sniper in the world. Canadian sniper Wali, West & rated “The Deadliest Sniper in the World” has been Killed just 20 minutes after arriving the frontline in Mariupol, by Russian Special Forces SPETSNAZ Wali boasted to kill between 60 – 70 Russian soldiers a day.
None of the substantial media houses have confirmed the news on Canadian Sniper Wali’s death. Hence, the rumor seems to be invalid.
At the same time, there were missile attacks on the Yavoriv region, where Wali was believed to be stationed before his deployment.
Wali has asked to be known by the codename he was given in Afghanistan if former KGB strongman Putin discovers his true identity and tries to assassinate his Quebec family.
Wali spent Saturday hunkered down in an abandoned building overlooking what he will only refer to as a “strategic place” on the outskirts of Kyiv.
He is fighting for Ukraine while his loved ones gather to celebrate his son’s first birthday.
When the war broke out, the 40-year-old worked as a computer programmer.
He quit his work and his family to join the International Legion of Ukraine’s Territorial Defense.
The sniper’s true identity is unknown, although he is known as “Wali,” which means “guardian” in Arabic.
Former Canadian elite sniper nicknamed “Wali” arrived in Ukraine on Wednesday to fight alongside Ukrainian forces.
The 40-year-old, who became a computer scientist after two deployments to Afghanistan as a sniper with the Canadian Armed Forces between 2009 and 2011, join an ever-growing contingent of foreign fighters responding to a call launched Saturday by the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky: “All foreigners wishing to join the resistance against the Russian occupiers and protect international security are invited by the Ukrainian government to come to our territory to join the ranks of our territorial forces.