If the photos are any indication, his final moments were decidedly unpleasant. Good.
I’d hate to think that it was quick and painless.
After all, this is the man that has been responsible for the deaths of thousands both in Iran and all over the Middle East, including both civilians as well as military personnel. Soleimani’s Quds Force was responsible for the death and injury of many U.S. soldiers, but he’s being treated as a military hero by the Media(D). I, on the other hand, hope he suffered.
A photo of what remained of Soleimani’s body was blurred out next to the burning, twisted metal that used to be the vehicle he was traveling in.
Photos taken by U.S. Special Operations forces have been released in the aftermath of the American drone strike that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani at Baghdad International Airport.
The photos, which depict the grisly outcome of the January 3 Reaper drone’s missile strike on two cars carrying Soleimani and nine others, were obtained by Fox News from a U.S. government source.
The U.S. soldiers were secretly following Soleimani’s convoy about a half-mile behind his entourage, and rushed to the scene immediately after the strike to confirm that the Iranian general had been killed.
Soleimani died in a twisted, fiery mess after being hit by a Hellfire missile.
We call that foreshadowing.
Some photos taken by Iraqi forces show a wider shot of the strike zone.
Photos taken by U.S. Special Operations focused in closer on the carnage.
The photograph below blurred out Soleimani’s body. Unreleased photos show Soleimani’s disfigured body with limbs that had been blown off.
One photo shows Soleimani’s personal effects including a cellphone, a key, along with his wallet with cash.
That wasn’t all that he was carrying, though.
Soleimani was also carrying a book of poetry, a pistol and a rifle, Fox News reported.
Unreleased photos graphically depict Soleimani’s disfigured body, showing him missing limbs.
Source: Daily Mail
He carried a book of poetry with him. You know the Media(D) will include that in their fawning, tearful memorials of the man who has been leading proxy wars against the U.S., worked with terrorist organizations, and killed Iranian citizens for daring to protest their own government.
Here’s our ClashDaily tribute to bloody terrorist and poetry-lover, General Qasem Soleimani. We’ve even included a poetry tribute.
Rest In Pieces, A-Hole!