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She was married to a Chechen Islamic State fighter and 'admitted' to killing Iraqi troops, it has been claimed.Haase, the German prosecutor, said the girl ran away from her family home in Pulsnitz in eastern Germany last summer.
This week her neighbours in the village of Pulsnitz, near Dreseden, south-east Germany, told of their shock and anger that the promising youngster left home to join the extremist group.She was found alongside members of the terror group's fearsome all-female police force, some of whom were wearing suicide vests.'We fought in the old town last Friday and liberated more houses,' he says.Until six months before she fled she had never even travelled by train alone, it has been reported.But on Friday July 1 last year she told her mother and father she was going to spend the weekend with a friend called Caroline and would be back in Sunday.'There is the possibility that Linda might be put on trial in Iraq.
She might be expelled for being a foreigner or, because she is a minor reported missing in Germany, she could be handed over to Germany.' Earlier this week, an officer in Iraq's elite counter terrorism unit told The Telegraph said she was a sniper for ISIS.
'Last summer, shortly before we broke up, she began leaving home with a small bag in which she had an Islamic headscarf and long flowing robes which she donned to cover up all her skin.
There were some arguments with staff.'She stole her mother's credit card and secretly bought an airline ticket to Istanbul.
Speaking anonymously, he said: 'We found her with a gun in her hand next to her Chechen husband, who was then killed by Iraqi forces in a firefight.
She said she had killed a number of our men in the battle.''She was a Daesh sniper, but maybe her husband pressured her into it.
Describing the moment they found her, he said: 'We entered a shattered house, which was previously under fire. It was the girl, she was alone, injured on the left arm and chest, lying on the floor.