Thrilling Details Behind Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s Bloody Elimination

Abu Bakhr al-Baghdadi [Photo/Courtesy]

Thrilling Details Behind Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s Bloody Elimination

Leader of The dreaded Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group is down; credits? The United States of America Military squad. Few are privy to the series of events that transpired just before this landmark mission was termed successful.

The victorious win against terror can be largely attributed to massively sophisticated intelligence within the US Army ranks that saw al-Baghdadi’s tracking start in earnest two months ago.

The foremost certain lead, according to US president Donald Trump, located the target near the village of Barisha in North-West Syria exactly two weeks before the raid.

Certitude being key in such a parlous undertaking, an undercover agent was dispatched who helped obtain al-Baghdadi’s underwear for DNA testing in an effort to authoritatively ascertain his identity.

Having everything foreseen and planned, eight helicopters took off from an airbase in Erbil, Nothern Iraq at 5 pm ET (11 pm in Syria). They arrived at their intended destination in Barisha, Syria’s Idlib province 1 hour 10 minutes after take off.

According to villagers in Barisha, military officers opened fire from the helicopters for 30 continuous minutes before taking the activity to the ground. It is reported that sensing danger, Baghdadi took off into a network of underground bunkers and tunnels snaking through the homestead, while wearing a suicide vest and dragging along three of his children.

As a military robot was dispatched to confront him, Baghdadi realized the ground was getting shaky. He ignited the suicide vest, consequently killing himself and his children. The troops dug through the debris to obtain the remains, lab technicians conducted an on-site DNA test and within 15 minutes, he had been positively identified.

The fleet of choppers took off for the return journey to Iraq at 3.30 am Syrian time.

Baghdadi’s remains were later disposed off at sea.