The militant said that the 22-year-old airman only realised what was about to happen when he was drenched in petrol by ISIS thugs.
Reports at the time said al-Kasasbeh was plied with drugs so that he did not scream as flames consumed his body during his grotesque execution.
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The couple hope Jamie’s staggeringly quick recovery means he can soon be a day patient at the Graythwaite Rehabilitation Centre in Sydney’s north-west – despite doctors originally claiming he wouldn’t be out of hospital before Christmas. A JUSTICE OF THE SUFFOLK DIVISION OF THE PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT DEPARTMENT. FIVE JUSTICES OF THE DORCHESTER DIVISION OF THE BOSTON MUNICIPAL COURT DEPARTMENT & others.Speaking to the Mail Online from Sydney on his first weekend out of hospital in 14 weeks, Mr Manning said: 'People say it was bad luck but my wife Karen and I both look at it as the luckiest day of my life.'We filmed him on the site of where he was going to be executed and zoomed in on his face, but at that time he didn't know we were planning to set him alight,' the anonymous jihadist said.'We also filmed the fighters, who were standing on guard,' he added, speaking in a documentary that aired on Al Arabiya this week.Titled 'Healing the Believers' Chests', the 22-minute film, which was released by Islamic State two years ago, showed the captured airman walking alone in front of masked fighters, and locked in a cage before a trail of petrol leading up to its bars is set alight.