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British Hostage-Keeper Alexanda Kotey Reveals Role in Islamic State, Including Terror Plot

A London-born ‘hostage-keeper’ has for the first time admitted the role he played in the so-called Islamic State.

Alexanda Kotey, who has been detained by Kurdish forces for the past 16 months, has now given a public confession about his part in a plot to kill soldiers and police in drive-by shootings at Shepherd’s Bush police station and the Parachute Regiment Territorial Army Barracks at White City in London.

The plot was foiled in 2016 and two British terrorists – Tarik Hassane and Suhaib Majeed – were handed life sentences but ITV News learned Kotey – at the time in Syria – was suspected to be involved.

Read more at ITV

A Caliphate Resident or Monster Made in Syria? Accused ‘Beatle’ Alexanda Kotey Speaks

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