ISIL puts beer bottles in front of cell houses to avoid police raids in Turkey’s southeast
DİYARBAKIRIslamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants put beer bottles in front of their cell houses as a ploy to avoid police raids or arrests in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır, Doğan News Agency reported on June 12.
A total of 128 objects seized in an operation on Oct. 26, 2015, including plenty of beer and perfume bottles, were destroyed according to the police report. The ISIL militants also put beer on their beards in order to give the impression that they consumed alcohol to avoid arrest.
Two police officers and seven militants were killed in the aforementioned operation and many seized objects were destroyed under prosecutor’s orders on June 11 for not having criminal elements.
Books used for propaganda purposes were also among the objects destroyed.