Twitter pulled the account belonging to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) after the radical Sunni militant group posted photographs of its violent activities in northern Iraq, including a mass execution.
As we noted yesterday, the photos included the capture, transport, and ultimately the killing of a number of Iraqi soldiers, presumably because they were Shiite.
Here's where I warn you that some of the following pictures are graphic.
The dissemination of these kinds of photos isn't new. Here's an example of another one, reportedly from the spring:
Back in February, Twitter also suspended the account of an ISIS member who tweeted images of an amputation.