Ahmed was 14 when militants of the Islamic State group captured him in his hometown of Raqqa, Syria, hung him from the ceiling by his arms and started hitting him across his body. Video of Ahmed's torture and interrogation by the extremist fighters, which was published by the BBC on Monday , appears to show the young boy screaming, begging and crying while being savagely beaten by an armed man dressed in a dark, long robe. I thought I was going to die and leave my friends, my family and relatives all behind," Ahmed told BBC reporter Quentin Sommerville about the days he spent in captivity. Sommerville reported that Ahmed was detained by Islamic State militants after he left a backpack with a bomb near one of the group's meeting sites in Raqqa, their stronghold in Syria.
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The three-minute long video montage posted Friday night was up on social media more than hours on Facebook, even after it was reported. Tulsa Police say even though the video was shared more than 3, times, they can only look into it if someone comes forward and files a police report. Young people were recorded having sex with several of their faces easily identified. Others were recorded getting beaten up. It was all compiled into one video, put to music and shared on Facebook.
Video Appears To Show ISIS Torturing Young Boy
At a glance, First Dash is just a regular Tokyo bar. Customers laugh and drink, their animated chatter competing with the monotonous beat of techno thumping through speakers hovering somewhere above dimmed, orange-tinted lights. The customer — a portly, balding middle-aged man in a nondescript suit — shuffles over to a table followed by a slightly built teenage lad, ruffled locks partly shielding a furtive, floor-fixed stare. Usually they are masochists who want me to be, well, you know, domineering. While some want nothing more than a bit of company over dinner, others want a whole lot more, performing acts that in some cases could be argued verge on abuse, even rape.
A Connecticut man is facing federal charges after allegedly setting up cameras around his house to record explicit video of teenage boys who he invited over for slumber parties that turned sexual. Mark W. Irvin, 63, of Meriden, has been charged with production and possession of child pornography. According to residents, Irvin handed out fliers inviting neighborhood teens to spend weekends at his house and play games that involved covering them with shaving cream and chocolate pudding.