Transcript for New ISIS Video Sparks Actions of Revenge
And now, the swift retaliation this evening. It came just hours after that brutal murder by Isis, putting that Jordanian pilot in a cage, a crowd watching as they set fire. Just hours later, Jordan killing proprisoners, including the woman Isis wanted freed. ABC's chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross with the swift response, and thousand the concern here at home. Reporter: Today was a day for revenge in Jordan. Morning prayers had just begun as the bodies of two Al Qaeda prisoners were removed from the prison where they had been hanged. One of them was the failed female suicide bomber, sajida Al rashawi, who Isis wanted freed in a prisoner swap. Her execution was ordered by the king, hours after the brutal murder of the Jordanian pilot by Isis was made public. What happened yesterday with the death of our pilot definitely angered us, angered his majesty. Reporter: And now it could be a turning point in the effort against Isis. With the U.S. Hoping that Jordan will use its highly touted special forces to provide on the ground intelligence in the Isis strondhold of raqqa and elsewhere, looking for other hostages and the illusive jihad John. Ground intelligence the U.S. Does not currently have. This is particularly significant because the most effective way to locate other hostages will be through the use of on the ground resources. Reporter: And in particular, any information on the 26-year-old American woman, aid worker, who has been held hostage by Isis for almost a year and a half, David. Brian Ross with us again tonight. Brian, thank you.
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