Survivor Spanish Journalist Tells Story of Blood-Chilling Mock Execution by Jihadi John
A Spanish journalist, who abducted by Iraq-Syria militant organization months ago and now has freed from the captivity of terror group, tells a story of mock execution by Jihadi John that how he stroke a cold blade of sword around his neck in Syria.
Spanish journalist Javier Espinosa who kidnapped by fighters months ago in Syria and spent long time in captivity Islamic State, reveals the via his report which written by him, about the continued severe clashes between militant soldiers and President Assad’s government in 2013, militants released him in March previous year after dealing with Spanish government.
Espinosa wrote in his report while unveiling Jihadi John who known by Mohammed Emwazi and belonged London.
Espinosa wrote in his report like this, “The Beatles – that was our nickname for the three British militants guarding us – loved this sort of theatre.
They had me sat on the floor, barefoot, with a shaven head, a thick beard and dressed in the ‘orange’ uniform’ that had made Guantanamo, the American prison, famous.”
He added, the 26-year-old (John) performed a complete drama while horrifying him and others, used old Muslim armies’ kind long or about meter in length, silver-colored sword which was used in the Middle Ages.
The militant stroked the sword across his neck as well while questing as, “Feel it? Cold, isn’t it? Can you imagine the pain you’ll feel when it cuts? Unimaginable pain,”
Spaniard also told in report that after horrifying him with sword, brought a Glock pistol and put it across his head and pulled trigger more than two times which calls mock execution which made satisfy the captives.
Espinosa (Spanish civilian) was working as a photographer in Syria when the militants of Middle East’s largest terror group taken him into their custody in previous December, headed to the Turkish border.