Mike Haynes revealed that Alexandra Cottay, who along with three other terrorists was called “The Beatles” in their British accent, did not show any emotion when she pardoned her in a US court. Mike, 51, also told ITV’s Good Morning Britain that he had killed their parents after taking David’s executioner hostage in Syria.
He said. “My mother slowly gave up her life; she slowly disappeared until her death.
“My father … within 48 hours of telling my parents that David was gone, his dementia got worse … he faded again.”
Mike, who joined the families of other hostages killed last week in Cotte’s trial in Alexandria, Virginia, said: When I confronted him, it was a gloomy satisfaction that he was in court with the highest degree of protection of his rights. It was a feeling of closure. “
Asked if he would like to execute Kote, Mike answered:
The head of the cell, 27-year-old Mohamed Emwazi, was killed in a US drone strike in 2015, while El Shafi Elsheikh’s Ain DG was caught and convicted.
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