12 ISIS mercenaries escaped thanks to the cooperation with other gangs

SOHR said that 12 ISIS mercenaries escaped from a prison controlled together with the gangs of the occupying Turkish state.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that 12 ISIS mercenaries escaped from a prison in the Bilbil district of Afrin, which is under the occupation of the Turkish state, with the help of gangs affiliated with the occupying Turkish state.

This is not the first time ISIS gangs have escaped from prisons in occupied areas. Last year, 20 ISIS members escaped from the occupied Reco prison in the north of Aleppo.

At that time, some of the gangs in prison helped the other mercenaries escape in exchange for between 1000 and 3000 dollars, while others helped them escape for 10 thousand dollars.