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UK Government rules to withhold key evidences from US government in trial of two Islamic states

Team SoOLEGAL 30 Mar 2020 3:05pm

UK Government rules to withhold key evidences from US government in trial of two Islamic states

On Wednesday i.e. 25th March 2020, the United Kingdom Supreme Court decided to holdback the key evidence from the U.S. government in the case of two Islamic state detainees because President Donald Trump fail to ensure non-performance of execution for the inmates.

The inmates in question are called the Beatles. They are former British civilians, who are under suspicion of killing ISIS men.

Judge Kerr stated that “No further assistance should be given for the purpose of any proceedings in the United States of America without the appropriate death penalty assurances”.The British Government has abolished the death penalty so they don’t support proceedings if the US Government wants the death penalty.

The families of the detainees have asked the US government to consider seeking life in prison because they believe that Beatles should be held accountable for the murders they have committed.



Tagged: UK Government rules   US government   Islamic states   key evidences   UK Supreme Court   death penalty  
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