Pentagon releases video showing coalition destroy ISIS cash stockpile

This is certainly one way to blow money.

The U.S. Defense Department released a video on Friday that showed the coalition bombing an Islamic State cash and distribution center in Mosul, Iraq, Fox News reported.

The clip is 47 seconds long and shows the cash house being destroyed by two 2,000 pound bombs in which U.S. officials said millions of dollars were incinerated.

This marks the second time an ISIS cash center was destroyed by the coalition, according to FOX News.

According to the Financial Times ISIS makes about $450 million annually on oil and a nearly equal amount through taxation and confiscation.

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