Biker ‘Necromancer’ Has ISIS Scared As Hell, Here’s What They Did
There’s been quite a few cases of Americans who have traveled to the Middle East to fight the Islamic State terrorist group (ISIS), but perhaps none has them as terrified as a badass biker from Colorado, who’s grown so infamous with the barbaric organization that they’re taking action to single him out and stop him.
Mickey, who calls himself “Necromancer,” used to ride with a motorcycle gang in his home state of Colorado and has earned the respect of the Kurdish Peshmerga by viciously fighting ISIS alongside them. In an interview with the Daily Beast, Mickey, whose real name is Michael and asked that his last name be withheld, revealed why he chose to travel to the war-torn region and that he’s been able to strike so much fear into ISIS that they’re doing whatever they can to stop him.
BADASS Biker ‘Necromancer’ Has ISIS Scared As Hell, Here’s What They Did
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The badass biker is a former veteran as well, but he didn’t fight in the American military, and he’s reluctant to speak of what happened in previous battles. He joined the Foreign Legion years ago, and while serving within it, he learned to speak French, as well as become a real-life Rambo, which stories from the frontlines in Iraq revealed.“I came alone and paid for everything myself,” Mickey said. “Originally I linked up with a group of wannabe outlaw bikers from Holland. I was not into their politics and they wanted to start some sort of crazy militia, so I left and joined the Kurdish Peshmerga.”
As the Beast notes, much of what Mickey says sounds like it came straight out of a movie, from his biker past to his fierce battles with ISIS. But his stories are all backed up by Peshmerga forces who refer to him as “Sak bab,” which means “son of dog” and is usually an insult, but in Mickey’s case, it is a term of endearment, according to General Tariq, deputy commander of the Ministry of Peshmerga’s Brigade 9.
This reputation has earned him deep respect from his brothers in arms and earned him a special place in the hearts of ISIS, who are trying their best to have him killed.“We call him that because of ferocity and determination on the battlefield,” General Tariq said. “He doesn’t give up, he pushes hard and sets an example.”
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