Last month, ISIS militants rounded up a group of “infidels” at gunpoint and herded them to the middle of a village on the Syria-Turkey border. During a series of “trials,” the mad jihadists started beheading the villagers one-by-one for refusing to denounce their Christian faiths.
A father and his 8-year-old boy, both blindfolded, were dragged in front of the crowd and forced to kneel among several decapitated bodies. A bearded militant stood behind the father with a long knife. Just as the executioner was about to pull the blade across the father’s throat, a bullet ripped through the terrorist’s skull and he crumpled to the ground. The villagers and ISIS fighters stared on in disbelief. Two more shots followed. Two more ISIS henchman fell dead. Then, someone in the crowd ran over and untied the father and son.
ISIS has since refused to enter the village.
“They just stared at the bodies and then ran. They were last seen heading towards the Turkish border in a pick-up truck,” a source told the Daily Star on Sunday. “It was a good day’s work.”
If only there was video footage.
The triple-kill was pulled off just in time by an unnamed British SAS marksman wielding a .50 caliber silenced sniper rifle. The elite soldier was perched 1,000 meters away, which is far as fuck. At that distance, the arc of the bullet needs to be considered. To do that three times in a row is unbelievable. Trust me, I play Battlefield.
The team thought about using a Reaper Drone, but feared the innocent civilians forced to watch might also be killed. Suck it, robots.
Shout out to our mates across the pond for helping to keep ISIS at bay. It’s a shame the hero will remain faceless (at least for now), but he didn’t take the job to become famous. He took it to save lives. Hell of a mission accomplished..
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