IT’S feared the ISIS “Beatles” beheading squad prisoner journey Syria were on their way to the UK to means some-more bloodshed.
Brit Alexanda Kotey, 34, was incarcerated alongside associate Londoner El Shafee Elsheikh, 29, after being caught disguised as refugees.
The span were attempting to transport west around Turkey, according to a comparison central from a Kurdish-led Syrian group.
A picture of prisoner Kotey, exclusively obtained by ITV News, shows the jihadist looking bearded and careless following his detainment.
Elsheikh looks disassembled as he was graphic in custody.
Now it’s been reported the span have supposing clues to the locale of their partner in crime Jihadi John’s many beheading victims.
A organisation of military and law coercion debate experts has been shaped to try a site nearby Raqqa, Syria, where the stays of murdered hostages may be located, a US central told CNN.
The two men have given Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces sum about intensity funeral locations of several hostages killed by Mohammed Emwazi, the scandalous British ISIS operative.
US comprehension has prolonged suspected a ubiquitous location, but had not been means to send US crew on a hunt but some-more specific sum and since there has been fighting in the area until recently.
Redur Khalil, a orator for the Kurdish-led force, said: “We prisoner some big commanders. One of them is Alexanda Kotey.
“He was prisoner by an anti-terrorism section on Jan 24 in the panorama nearby Raqqa.
“He was trying to shun to Turkey in coordination with his friends and contacts on the Turkish side.”
Kotey and Elsheikh could be extradited to the US – a pierce that British officials are not likely to oppose, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The New York Times reported that Kotey and Elsheikh have had their British citizenship revoked – but this has not been reliable by authorities in the UK.
If the men were nude of their British citizenship UK ministers would no longer be avocation firm to intent to their extradition.
The two British ISIS fighters could mount hearing for the murders of at slightest 25 hostages, including two British assist workers, David Haines and Alan Henning, as good as 3 US adults and face the death penalty.
The daughter of Mr Haines, Bethany, pronounced her father’s killers should face “a long, slow, unpleasant death”.
She told BBC Scotland: “The best thing for them is to be sealed up and chuck divided the key.
“They should never be allowed back in multitude since they will just partisan people and they will do this again.”
Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood pronounced it would be wrong to send the two Brits to the apprehension stay at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.
Mr Ellwood called for the two Brits to face hearing in The Hague.
He said: “Given the scale of unfamiliar fighters we should consider an concluded general routine involving The Hague, which ensures terrorists from any start are transparently and sincerely held comment for their actions.”
Along with Mohammed Emwazi – the torpedo nicknamed Jihadi John – and Aine Davis, the span are suspicion to have been partial of a organisation named after the ’60s rope since of their English accents.
The 4 Londoners were related to dozens of warrant murders in Iraq and Syria while portion under the contentious caliphate.
The news comes after the Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson pronounced Britain should desert the predestine of two prisoner ISIS fanatics from the torpedo “Beatles” squad and not put them on hearing in the UK.
Despite pleas to bring the jihadi butchers home to face British justice, Mr Williamson said: “I don’t consider they should ever set foot in this country again.”
Speaking exclusively to The Sun he blasted: “They incited their back on Britain, the values and all we mount for – they are the misfortune of the worst.”
Mr Williamson said: “These people have killed innocents and tried to bring terror to the streets of the country.”
“I am blissful they have been wanted down and now is time for them to be held to comment and compensate the cost for their barbarous crimes.”
Information gained from the two men has already lead to a series of operations sport down other jihadis, The Independent has claimed.
Brits Kotey and Elsheikh were incarcerated by US-led Kurdish company fighters in January.
Alongside with Mohammed Emwazi – the torpedo nicknamed Jihadi John – and Aine Davis, are suspicion to have beheaded 27 innocents.
The immorality foursome were dubbed “The Beatles” by their captives since of their particular British accents.
Last night a Whitehall source pronounced the men were no longer British adults – shortening their chances of being brought back to the UK.
The rarely surprising pierce to devaluate their British passports was reportedly authorized by the Home Office.
The Chairman of the absolute Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee suggested probity should be carried out by the Kurds.
Former infantryman and Tory MP Tom Tugednhat said: “If they are no longer British adults they should be rubbed by the suitable internal authorities.”
But French publisher Nicolas Henin who was held warrant by IS for 10 months and believes “The Beatles” were among his captors, wants to see them tried in the UK.
He told the BBC: “I would like to see them brought back to Britain, just like we would like to see all other European jihadis brought back to their home countries, to be judged sincerely in their home country.
“Because the misfortune thing we can do with a militant is to dispossess him from his right since then you make the militant a victim.”
Diane Foley – whose son James was prisoner and beheaded – pronounced to currently she wanted the men to face life imprisonment.
Last night US officials pronounced the span “are suspected to have participated in the detention, exploitation and execution of Western detainees”.
Asked if they would be prosecuted and if so where they competence face hearing Major Adrian Rankine-Galloway said: “We are still deliberation options per el-Sheikh and Kotey, but rest positive the goal is to hold anyone accountable who commits acts like those they are purported to have committed.”
He pronounced US Government agencies are operative closely with bloc partners “on the showing of detainees in SDF detention”.
He reliable they are being held in a “detention location” in Syria but pronounced he could not give any serve information.
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