Ah the irony . . . it's beautiful.
The honcho of a notorious ISIS hacking group that distributed the so-called 'kill lists,' must have put his own name on the list accidentally because, well, he met with an accident when a U.S. drone strike turned him into chop meat.
Osed Agha was head of United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) a hacking group of ISIS when out of the sky came a mighty drone with its own 'kill list' that had Osed's name on it, and badahbing! problem solved.
The drone strike happened in Raqqa, the Islamic State's wannabe caliphate. Initially, his fellow scumcrumpets were skeptical of his death but the group's Telegram channel posted a video on Thursday saying "Our leader Osed Agha has been killed by a U.S. airstrike."
This has not yet been confirmed by the White House but President Trump has been busy undoing the mess he was handed.
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The UCC frequently posts 'kill lists' with names and addresses of Americans that don't pray 5 times a day facing Mecca. Much of the data comes from publicly available databases, but there's disagreement as to the danger it poses rather than it simply being a way to scare unarmed Americans.
Funeral arrangement for Agha will be posted online. The family requests that all donations be made in the form of firearms and unused Korans.
A video message also urges Islamic extremists to continue Agha's 'work' and displays a U.S. flag followed by an explosion and the word "soon." Many of us see that as ISIS's wishful attempt at victory similar to Hillary Clinton's wishful website of her having won the election.