They can be seen trading kicks in an apparent training video, while a gun-toting instructor yells encouragement.
Other scenes show the same enforcer, thought to be in his 30s, whacking recruits with a club and ordering them to smash stacks of clay tiles with their fists.
In the first round of executions, five terrified men can be seen being lowered into the water while locked in a cage together.
Minutes later, the cage is lifted, which shows the man lying motionless on the cage floor.
The video is accompanied by an eerie soundtrack of Arabic music and hypnotic chanting.
is packed with ideas and ideology seeking to outline the current state of Irish society and where it might be headed.
A spoken word quality to the writing helps to get the author’s message across.
Near-future dystopias, most of them set in Meath, offer grotesque echoes of today’s world. The so-called “death planes” used by the junta dictatorship to murder dissenters in the Argentine Dirty War wreak chaos in the Irish countryside.A hundred years from now, America is building a wall, jettisoning all but its most necessary trade partners. In Fagan’s surreal worlds the logic of the absurd reigns.The barbaric footage even used pricey underwater cameras which were fitted around the swimming pool to capture the scene from below the water.The chilling footage emerged a week after The Sunday People revealed a seven-minute film showing six youngsters in combat gear and wearing balaclavas.
Islamic terror group ISIS has released harrowing footage appearing to show caged prisoners being lowered into a swimming pool to drown alongside other horrific executions.The vile group claimed that 16 men were killed in Nineveh, Iraq, after being accused of spying in a set of horrifying killings.