America brought these terrorists extradited from Britain
The United States has assured Britain that the terrorists will not be hanged, so the death penalty is unlikely.
ALEXANDRA (USA): In a courtroom near the US capital Washington, a British man on Thursday kidnapped Americans, physically tortured and tortured them, demanding money for their release and eventually killing them. He confessed to killing him. He took an active role in it. the scheme.
Alexandra Annacotti, a 37-year-old British man, was convicted of eight counts of aggravated assault by a US district court in Alexandria. Charges against him include kidnapping US citizens between 2012 and 2015 and providing certain documents in support of Islamic State militants.
Journalists James Foley, Steven Sotloff, support activists Peter Kessing and Kayla Mueller, as well as Americans, in addition to the perpetrators admitted their involvement in the deaths of European and Japanese citizens.
The kidnappers dubbed the four Islamic State militants “The Beatles” because of their manner of speaking, pronunciation and the language of the British. Koti was one of those four terrorists.
The United States last year extradited a UK-based terrorist al-Shafi al-Sheikh and brought him to court to bring him to justice. However, before the US brought them, Britain assured Britain that the terrorists would not be hanged.
The British national is currently on trial, with the case against al-Ashfi al-Sheikh set to begin in January. The third of these was Sagrit Mohammad Mawazi, better known as Jihadi John but was killed in a drone strike in 2015. His fourth cousin is currently serving a prison sentence in Turkey.