The dreaded Jihadist group Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, has released pictures from an upcoming video showing the mass execution of Iraqi police officers accused of being government informants.
The officers went undercover as extremists and infiltrated the group to relay information to Iraqi and Western intelligence.
The photos, which they have titled as "The Day of Judgement", show eight Iraqi men, dressed in orange jumpsuits similar to the Guantanamo Bay style suits. Behind them are stationed the infamous security forces of the terrorist group, each carrying a gun to kill the officers kneeling down in front of them with their hands tied behind.
Several of the victims are named in the caption and many of them appear to have been interviewed, as they are wearing microphones in their shirts, noted the Daily Mail.
The Islamic State media was cited by the British daily as saying the group, led by Captain Hosssam Salah Bnosh, converted to Sunni Islam and joined the Islamic State, but were later discovered to be undercover spies.
Once they successfully infiltrated into the bases belonging to the jihadist outfit, they secretly began spying for the Iraqi government. Apart from providing intelligence to the government, the group of eight also identified targets for coalition air-strikes against the Islamic State. They also relayed locations of houses of the Islamic State soldiers.
The stills show the eight prisoners being blindfolded and frog-marched along the edge of a river. Their hands are handcuffed behind their backs as each ISIS fighters hold their respective victim's neck as they usher the prisoners to the place where they would be executed.