ISIS release footage of Iraqi police who infiltrated the group but were caught

ISIS has released still images from a forthcoming video which allegedly shows the execution of eight Iraqi police officers

Islamic State have released photos from one of their forthcoming videos showing the execution of eight Iraqi police officers, who are accused of informing on Islamic State for the Iraqi government.

Entitled ‘the Day of Judgement’, the photos show eight Iraqi men dressed in orange Guantanamo Bay style jumpsuits.

Standing behind them are Islamic State’s notorious security forces, known for carrying out mass public executions in broad daylight.

Several of the victims are named in the captions and appear to have been interviewed for the video as they are seen wearing microphones.

The leader of the group is named as Captain Hossam Salah Bnosh. According to Islamic State media, Bnosh and seven other police officers converted to Sunni Islam and joined Islamic State.

However once they had infiltrated the Islamic State security forces, they began to secretly spy for the Iraqi government…

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  • winniec

    The only question I have is ‘How soon can we arrest these arch-criminals?’ It can’t be soon enough. Of course, most of them will not surrender and so few will survive as the noose tightens. They have lost the initiative now and will soon be under a major onslaught from Iraq.

  • Larry A Singleton

    How about some actual f-ing links in the article. I’m sick of these f-ing ad whores and dysfunctional websites.