Dutch prosecutor has ISIS-fighters' payslips: report
The Dutch Public Prosecutor has lists showing that Dutch jihadists received salaries from terrorist organization Islamic State in its possession. These payslips were given to the Dutch authorities by the FBI, newspaper AD reports.
The lists contain the names of all people who worked for ISIS in 2016 and 2017 in Arabic and English. This ranges from fighters to people who did supportive work. The lists include a number of Dutch people, some of whom are currently in custody in the Netherlands, according to the newspaper.
The Public Prosecutor wants to use the lists as evidence in court cases against returned Dutch jihadists. The lists make it easier to prove that certain people fought for the terrorist organization, as fighters were paid different amounts than people in support functions, according to the judiciary.