ISIS terrorist ‘Jihadi Ringo’ gets 8 life sentences for the deaths of 4 Americans

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “ISIS terrorist ‘Jihadi Ringo’ gets 8 life sentences for the deaths of 4 Americans” – below is their description.

NBC’s Ken Dilanian joins Eamon Javers and ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ to discuss the sentencing of a member of the ‘ISIS Beatles,’ a terror cell of kidnappers and executioners with British accents. Today, ‘Jihadi Ringo’ received 8 life sentences for his involvement in the deaths of 4 Americans.

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