Sunday, June 18, 2017

Video Catches Daring Rescue By Former US Special Soldier David Eubank In Mosul

Daily Mail: The moment a former US Special Forces soldier-turned aid worker runs through gunfire in Mosul to save a child from ISIS

* Video catches daring rescue by former US soldier David Eubank in Mosul
* The special operator-turned aid worker snatches a young girl from the line of fire
* 'I thought, "If I die doing this, my wife and kids would understand",' he says
* Eubank founded the Christian humanitarian group Free Burma Rangers

The moment a former US Special Forces operator-turned aid worker rescues a young girl from the line of fire in Mosul has been caught on video.

David Eubank, 56, pulled off the daring rescue in the embattled northern Iraq city, where allied forces have been on a grinding offensive to re-take the city from ISIS for the past eight months.

Eubank says he came across a group of civilians who had been gunned down by an ISIS sniper, and saw a toddler and a girl of five moving among the bodies.

A video shows him running to save the girl as two other members of the self-styled aid group - the Free Burma Rangers - provide covering fire with machine guns.

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Previous Post: This American Family Decided To Move To Mosul (June 8, 2017)

WNU Editor: He .... or his family .... are going to get killed if he keeps this up.


Anonymous said...

staged video, similar to the 'whitehat' aid workers

Anonymous said...

And the moon landing...