The perpetrators of the massacre of Coptic martyrs in Libya confess the full details

 

A friend of the investigation office of the Libyan Attorney general’s office revealed new details in the massacre of 21 Egyptians abducted by Isil terrorist organization in the Libyan city of Sirte on Feb. 15, 2015.
According to the photographs, the Lords of the Organization were keen to attend and supervise the slaughter of the Copts, .
He added that the heads of the organization are keen to attend the slaughter of Copts and supervise the deportation and that the Egyptians are working in the city of Sirte and arrested by the organization, pointing out that most of the accused in the slaughter of 21 Egyptians in Sirte known to the Attorney General.
Hisham Mosmash, one of those involved in the slaughter, said the Coptic martyrs were buried in a cemetery 40 kilometers south of Sirte. The massacre was filmed behind the Al-Mahary Hotel and the General Security Building in Sirte to the west.
The second involved in the massacre, Hashim Posada, added that the drilling machines were placed in the car, and that the leaders of the organization supervising the massacre ordered him to go to the hotel Mahari.
The defendant explained that the shooting of the massacre used more than 3 professional cameras, and that the terrorist Abu Mu’adh al-Tikriti gave the filming orders, pointing out that the cameras used in the massacre were imported from Turkey via Meteitqa airport, which was used to provide the organization with the necessary tools and clothes.
The terrorist identified the nationality of the photographers, stressing that one of them from Sirte and the other from Chad and the third is Abu Mu’adh al-Tikriti.
The second involved in the massacre, Hashim Posada, added that the drilling machines were placed in the car, and that the leaders of the organization supervising the massacre ordered him to go to the hotel Mahari.
The defendant explained that the shooting of the massacre used more than 3 professional cameras, and that the terrorist Abu Mu’adh al-Tikriti gave the filming orders, pointing out that the cameras used in the massacre were imported from Turkey via Meteitqa airport, which was used to provide the organization with the necessary tools and clothes.
The terrorist identified the nationality of the photographers, stressing that one of them from Sirte and the other from Chad and the third is Abu Mu’adh al-Tikriti.

 

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