ISIS scumbag and three of his mates got their beans from a British sniper at 1500m

The SAS marksman fired a single round from his Barrett .50 calibre sniper rifle at the terrorist, who was about to use a flame thrower to kill 12, from 1,500m

The SAS marksman fired a single round from his Barrett .50 calibre sniper rifle at the terrorist, who was about to use a flame thrower to kill 12, from 1,500m

An ISIS scumbag and three of his mates got their beans from a British sniper at 1500m.

A British sniper took out a feared ISIS executioner as he prepared to murder several hostages by shooting a fuel tank on his back and incinerating him.

The SAS marksman fired a single round from his Barrett .50 calibre sniper rifle at the terrorist, who was about to use a flame thrower to kill 12, from 1,500m.

The bullet hit the flame thrower’s fuel tank and caused a huge fireball, also killing three other ISIS members who were ready to film the execution.

A source told the Daily Star Sunday how the rescue operation took place in a tiny village near Raqqa, Syria, earlier this month.

Shortly after the explosion, the prisoners – thought to be civilians – were freed by British and US special forces.

The ISIS executioner killed in the mission is said to have been on a US ‘kill list’ for several months, due to his method of slaughtering prisoners by burning them alive.

The source told the newspaper: “The SAS team moved into an overwatch position above a village where they were told the execution was going to take place.

“Up to 12 civilians were going to be murdered – eight men and four women. They were suspected of being spies.

“The executioner gave some sort of rambling speech over a loud hailer then when he finished the SAS sniper opened fire.’

Instant death delivered by a 655gr sniper bullet at 3029f/s. Oh, and the ISIS BBQ.

It was certainly a bad day for three bad wogs.

 – Daily Mail


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