ISIS “Beatle” Found Guilty Of All Charges In US Hostage Beheadings

ISIS "Beatle" Found Guilty Of All Charges In US Hostage Beheadings

An individual from a gathering of Islamic State assailants who guillotined American prisoners in Iraq and Syria, and were nicknamed “The Beatles” for their British inflections, was viewed as at fault for psychological oppression offenses in a US court on Thursday.


A jury observed El Shafee Elsheikh, 33, liable generally speaking following a preliminary in Alexandria, Virginia, right external Washington, on charges including deadly prisoner taking and scheme to submit murder.

The charges against Elsheikh, a previous UK resident, convey a potential capital punishment, however US examiners have exhorted British authorities that they won’t look for capital punishment.

Elsheikh was one of four aggressors having a place with the four-part Islamic State cell. The cell gathered global consideration in the wake of delivering recordings of the killings of US writers James Foley and Steven Sotloff and help laborers Kayla Mueller and Peter Kassig, among different casualties.