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Captured jihadi 'Beatles' should suffer 'long, painful death', says victim's daughter

The two captured members of the jihadist execution squad dubbed the Beatles should be subjected to “a long, slow, painful death”, according to the grieving daughter of one of their victims. But Bethany Haines, who was just 17 when her father David was murdered in September 2014, accepted it was unlikely the two men would be sentenced to death. Instead she pleaded for them never be freed from jail.
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