As ITV News reveals the identity of two British associates of ISIS executioner 'Jihadi John', a community worker has said one of the men Alexe Kotey, was part of a group that used to hold classes at a mosque.
Speaking anonymously, they described Kotey as "certainly the most vocal".
"He would definitely be standing there with, I’d say, a dozen boys all listening to him. He was the speaker. He was the spokesman in that little group", they said.
During a nine month investigation by ITV News, we learned of Kotey’s role influencing extremists in west London.
After ITV News named them as members of an IS terror cell dubbed "the Beatles", here's what we know about Alexe Kotey and Aine Davis.
The ISIS execution gang fronted by 'Jihadi John' had two British extremists who learned radical Islam together in London, ITV News reveals.