‘Beatles’ terrorists say they want to be tried in the UK Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh
Two of the surviving members of The Beatles, the ISIS terrorist cell, want to be tried in the UK because they feel the British justice system would be fairer to them. Alexanda Kotey even called being stripped of his British citizenship a “black day for international law.” Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh, part of the four-member gang The Beatles, are currently being held in a detention facility in Northern Syria. Kotey and Elsheikh, along with Mohammed Emwazi and Aine Davis, were nicknamed The Beatles due to their British accents. They are believed to have beheaded more than 27 western hostages and tortured…
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