A Quick Death?
Not so, it would seem, seeing as you're even posting a story on it :)
As for the "names and coordinates" (if I were a pedant I would point out there is no such thing as "GPS coordinates", though I know what you mean):
a) Have you seen *any* which could be of any value in the data already posted? If not, what is your source for that statement in your article? and
b) Do you for a moment believe that the opponent does not already know, to a large extent, who the informants are, and how valuable the (mis-) information they can provide is? They are in their home turf, remember.
c) Are you somehow trying to imply that the US gives a flying turd about the fate of their "informants"? Allow me to remind you that in conflict very few people become informants of their own free accord to start with: most of the time they are coerced into it. I grew up in an area of conflict, that's how I know, and although I have myself escaped the interest of the security forces at the time and so I can't provide a first hand account, less fortunate friends and acquaintances have related vividly to me the particular "persuasion" methods used.
Lastly and as a somewhat unrelated side remark, why is it that it is not OK for "certain countries" to have censorship, but if it's done by certain others it seems it's no problem at all.