Video has emerged of victorious Iraqi forces marching a teenage runaway, who joined IS, through the streets of Mosul after they drove out the terrorist group.
Linda Wenzel, 16, who disappeared from Pulsnitz near Dresden in Germany on July 1 last year, was detained in Iraq, along with other female supporters of the group, after the Battle of Mosul, which saw ISIS fighters forced out of the ancient city.
The new video shows a distraught Wenzel with her arms secured by armed men being escorted through the streets amid a crowd of cheering Iraqis.
Lorenz Haase, senior public prosecutor in Dresden, confirmed the teenager had been “located and identified in Iraq”.
Wenzel, who is thought to have converted to Islam after being groomed on social media, was arrested by Iraqi forces along with 20 female ISIS supporters from Russia, Turkey, Canada, Libya and Syria.
The group are believed to have barricaded themselves with guns …