Posted BY: Wyatt | NwoReport

One of the so-called ‘ISIS Beatles’ serving a life sentence for the torture and murder of western hostages has disappeared from the US prison system.

Alexanda Kotey, 39, is no longer in custody at Pennsylvania‘s high-security Canaan prison, Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) records revealed. 

The Londoner was jailed in America last year after having pleaded guilty in 2021 to eight criminal charges relating to the abduction, torture, and beheading of Islamic State hostages in Syria between 2012 and 2015.

Kotey’s disappearance has sparked fury and confusion among his victim’s family members, including the daughter of a British aid worker that he murdered.

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Kotey – the terror ring member known as ‘Jihadi George’ – was sent to Canaan in August last year.

He accepted a plea deal that included ‘cooperation requirements’ and avoided serving his sentence at the ADX Florence prison in Colorado – which is nicknamed the ‘Alcatraz of the Rockies’. 

Now, less than six months later, he is listed as ‘not in BOP custody’ on the prison system’s website. It is unclear where Kotey is currently located.

BOP spokesman Donald Murphy confirmed to The Scottish Daily Record that ‘Alexanda Amon Kotey is not currently in the custody of the Bureau of Prisons.’

He added that there are ‘several reasons’ why an inmate could be referenced as not in the system, but did not disclose why Kotey received that designation.

‘Inmates who were previously in BOP custody and who have not completed their sentence may be outside BOP custody for a period of time for court hearings, medical treatment or for other reasons,’ Mr Murphy stated. 

The spokesperson also noted that the BOP does not provide specific details about an inmate due to ‘safety, security, or privacy reasons.’

Some of the reasons that a prisoner might be listed as being ‘not in BOP custody’ include them being in transit, that they are yet to be processed, that they have been transferred to a halfway house, or that they have been released on parole (unlikely in the case of Kotey as he is serving a life sentence). 

It is also possible that Kotey has been taken abroad to assist with investigations into another case.

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