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This is a well known case, although it took me some time to find the video. It gets deleted almost everywhere but it can be found on several gore websites. And now it can be found on here as well. I consider this a gore classic, because it’s well known and a popular video for gore watchers and regular internet lurkers to look up.
On December 2018, the bodies of Louisa Vesterager and Maren Ueland were found decapitated in the foothills of Mount Toubkal near the village of Imlil in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Louisa was a 24-year-old Danish woman, Maren was a 28-year-old Norwegian woman.
On the morning of 17 December a group of hikers found the bodies of the two young women. A suspect named Abderrahim Khayali was apprehended because he left his ID in the tent they left behind. (Seriously.. how can you forget about that after committing a damn murder..) Three additional suspects, Abdessamad Ejjoud, Rachid Afatti and Younes Ouaziyad, were later apprehended by the police while riding on a bus. The three suspects were in possession of bladed weapons. Abdessamad was presumed to be the leader of the group. A week before the murders the four men shot a video of themselves where they pledged allegiance to ISIS. In the video of the killings the men are heard saying: “enemies of Allah” and “revenge for our brothers.” The men were planning to murder foreign tourists or security services. They settled for the foreign tourists. It is said they chose these two women because they were traveling without a tour guide, whereas the other tourists they had their sight on were with tour guides.
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This video is a classic: I’ve seen it all over gore websites in the last years. It’s hard to find it in HD, so this is the most high quality version I could find without watermarks of other gore websites over it. I’m uploading it because it’s a classic that every gore website should have in its collection.
It probably a beheading that has to do with cartels. A man is seen laying on the ground, probably already profusely tortured before his mutilation and beheading started. His hands are already cut off, along with his face. He’s got spirit though, because he’s still fighting off his attackers with his stumps while screaming and squirming. At one point he even bites into the knife. It didn’t quite work in his favor though because it only annoys his attackers. At this point he should’ve died or passed out already but even while they’re cutting his throat he is still awake and fighting. It’s not a sharp knife at all which makes it even more torturous. This was a slow and extremely traumatizing death. I wonder what he did to deserve this, or if he even deserved it. Someone has to do something extremely vile in order to deserve this and I doubt this man deserved this death. Tragic, but what can be expected. Usually people who have this happen to them were in a bad environment, like cartel crime for example. This is reality, this is happening around the world.
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ISIS images of a beheaded Scandinavian tourist were sent to victim's MOTHERTarayıcınız bu videoyu desteklemiyor.
Horrific images showing one of the murdered Scandinavian tourists being beheaded in Morocco have been sent to a victim's mother, it has emerged.
ISIS fanatics gloated about the killing of Dane Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, and Norwegian Maren Ueland, 28, by spreading the gruesome footage on social media.
The clip, in which a suspected ISIS terrorist shouts 'it's Allah's will', was also sent to friends of Ms Jespersen via 'private messenger', it has been claimed.
It has since been revealed that horrific images of the slain tourists have been posted on the Facebook page of Ms Ueland's mother Irene. Some Moroccans bizarrely posted the images in a misguided bid to express sympathy along with calls for the killers to be executed.
Earlier, it was claimed that footage itself had been sent to friends of Ms Jespersen. While it is not clear exactly who sent them the footage, there will be strong suspicions it would have been from warped ISIS sympathisers.
It is possible the attackers may have seized Ms Jespersen's phone, giving them access to her contacts.
Ms Jespersen and Ms Ueland were found dead near the village of Imlil in Morocco's High Atlas mountains.
New York Times correspondent Rukmini Callimachi tweeted: 'A European official close to the investigation confirmed that the beheading video was sent by private messenger to friends of the killed Danish woman by unknown senders who appeared to have Moroccan profiles. Police is investigating.'
Meanwhile, Moroccan authorities say nine more people have been arrested over the killings over the last two days. With four other men arrested earlier, that brings the total number of suspects in the case to 13.
Moroccan investigators say those arrested were carrying arms and 'suspicious materials' used in making explosives.
Earlier today, the bodies of the two young Scandinavian hikers were flown to Copenhagen.
The remains of the two friends were put on the same plane that left Casablanca for the Danish capital, a police spokesman said.
In the video, the perpetrators can be heard saying the murders were revenge for air strikes carried out by Western bombing missions in war-torn Syria.
'This is for Syria, here are the heads of your Gods,' a man can be heard saying, as well as 'this is in revenge for our brothers in Hajin'.
Hajin is a city in eastern Syria that was controlled by ISIS until coalition-backed forces reclaimed it this week.
While ISIS has not yet claimed responsibility for the young women's murders, its supporters have taken to social media to celebrate them.
The video of the killing has been widely shared on social media. Norwegian police said today that it was probably authentic.
'When it comes to the assessment of the video that purportedly shows the killings, there is still a certain amount of technical analysis and assessment to be done,' Norway's National Crime Investigation Service said in a statement.
'We still believe, however, that we have grounds to say that so far, there is nothing concrete to show that this video is not real.'
Websites such as Twitter and YouTube have been working as quickly as possible to remove clips as soon as they appear.
Social media companies use a shared database which logs the digital footprints of extremist material so that it can be taken down more quickly and platforms can be notified if someone tries to re-upload it.
They also have internal tools, often using artificial intelligence, to flag up potentially extremist material for review by human analyists.
A Twitter spokesman said it has suspended 205,156 accounts under its counter-terrorism policy between January and June this year, 91% of which were 'proactively flagged by internal, proprietary tools'.
'Government reports now constitute less than 0.1% of all suspensions in the reported time period as a result of the scale of our technological approach,' he added.
A police source told Reuters that the video appeared to have been shot in a different place from where the bodies were found.
Meanwhile, the Danish intelligence service yesterday confirmed its authenticity and said it can be connected to ISIS.
The video is in the same style as those previously released by the terrorist group showing the decapitating of blindfolded Western hostages.
It is believed to have been shot on a mobile phone.
'The video and preliminary investigation according to the Moroccan authorities indicate that the killings may be related to the terrorist organisation Islamic State,' the Danish intelligence service said in a statement.
Ms Ueland and Ms Vesterager Jespersen were spotted with three men in Marrakesh before heading to the Atlas mountains to hike.
Moroccan police have arrested three suspects at a bus station in Marrakesh, after a trader alerted authorities when he saw the knives they were carrying.
Police boarded the bus and seized four knives, including blades of machete size, as the bus was leaving to travel to the southern seaside town of Agadir.
Separate footage has also emerged showing men suspected of carrying out the attack pledging their alliance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Sitting in front of a black and white flag, one is seen brandishing a knife as they condemn 'destruction caused by the warplanes of the Crusader alliance'. T
hey also appear to taunt Morocco's intelligence service, saying 'where is your knowledge? For here we are...'
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