Document shows how Isis leader had conspired with US Gov

The Independant

A once classified document containing information on a US interrogation of a man who is now the leader of Isis has been released by the Combating Terrorism Centre at the US military academy in West Point, New York.

According to The Independent, the document lists pictures of al-Qaeda suspects and, thanks to Abdal Rahman al-Mawla’s information, contains extensive material about their role in the extremist group, their associates and their families.

The interrogation of al-Mawla took place at American prison, Camp Bucca, in British-administered southern Iraq, in 2008.

Washington has now placed a $10 million bounty on his head.