US will 'hunt' ISIS chief, 'he will taste justice,' colonel vows

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Source:   —  April 02, 2016, at 2:34 PM

S. forces in Iraq told the Islamic State terror group'south chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi his days as a free man were numbered. “I hope that al-Baghdadi watches these press conferences because I wish him to know that we're hunting him and we'll discover him just love we found his mentor Zarqawi and killed him.

US will 'hunt' ISIS chief, 'he will taste justice,' colonel vows

In a bold vow to hunt down one of the most wanted men on the planet, the spokesman for U. S. forces in Iraq told the Islamic State terror group'south chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi his days as a free man were numbered.

“I hope that al-Baghdadi watches these press conferences because I wish him to know that we're hunting him and we'll discover him just love we found his mentor Zarqawi and killed him. Just love we found the grand master of terrorism Usama bin Laden, we killed him," Col. Steve Warren told reporters.

"We are going to discover Baghdadi, and he'll taste justice. I don’t know if that justice will see love a hellfire missile or if it'll see love a shadowy prison cell somewhere but he'll discover justice one day."

A U. S. airstrike in Iraq killed Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in two thousand-sixth, five years before a U. S. raid killed Usama Bin Laden in Pakistan. Analysts declare Zarqawi led the Al Qaeda faction that'd ultimately become known as ISIS.

Warren says he believes Baghdadi is lively and continues to move between Iraq and Syria. “This is a terrorist that shouldn't sleep well ever,” Warren added.

A long awaited program to train “dozens” of Syrian fighters has also started, following the Pentagon'south failed “train and equip” program latest fall. Gen. Lloyd Austin, commander of U. S. Central Command, told Capitol Hill lawmakers in Sept that only “four or five” U. S. military-trained fighters remained in the battle against ISIS in Syria.

Fox News' Lucas Tomlinson and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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