Baghdad - INA
The Counter-Terrorism Service announced new details regarding the operation by which one of the most prominent participants in the crime of Speicher was arrested.
"The accused who was arrested is one of the most prominent perpetrators of the Speicher massacre, and he is accused of killing two officers in Tikrit after Daesh took control of it, and he was wanted according to an arrest warrant," said Sabah al-Numan, a spokesman for the Counter-Terrorism Service, to the Iraqi News Agency. For more than one security authority. "
He added, "The Counter-Terrorism Service collected information about the accused some time ago, and the information was complete after arresting one of the accused, and through it, the criminal was arrested in a quick and surprise process."
He pointed out that "the Counter-Terrorism Service has an analysis and reading of the intentions and movements of the remnants of the terrorist Daesh gangs and continues to conduct specific operations based on accurate intelligence information aimed at arresting these terrorists and aborting any attempt by them to disturb the security situation in the areas that were under their control."
Today, Sunday, the spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasool, announced the arrest of the most dangerous terrorists participating in the Speicher massacre.
In a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), Rasul said, "According to the directives of the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Mustafa Al-Kadhmi, the heroes of the Counter-Terrorism Service continue their qualitative operations to pursue defeated elements in various regions."