The fight against ISIS is getting merciless and intense across the world with former partakers of the group still being bound to face severe charges of crime against humanity.
The case of German-Ghanaian, Harry Sarfo, who was formerly recruited by the terrorist group is no different. The 28-year-old has been slapped with six counts of murder and war crimes by German officials.
The new accusations, announced by the prosecutors on Tuesday, were brought three months after a video surfaced suggesting that the recruit, Harry Sarfo, 28, had taken part in a Syrian mass killing. But in previous interviews, he told the authorities and reporters that he had never killed anyone.
Harry Sarfo who joined ISIS in July 2015, has revealed what he described as the Islamic State’s ambitions for more attacks on civilian targets in Western nations like the November 2015 killings in Paris, which relied on collaborators based in Europe.