This Kansas farm girl just found out what happens when you decide to become a psychopath and join ISIS
· · Nov 2, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Two decades in prison isn't near enough. But it's most assuredly a good start.

An 'All-American girl' from Kansas who smuggled her kids to Syria, became the 'Empress of ISIS' and led an all-female death squad has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Allison Fluke-Ekren, 42, who grew up on a farm in Overbrook, received the maximum possible sentence after pleading guilty to charges linked to her 'terrorism crime spree'. ...

For more than eight years, Fluke-Ekren was an ISIS member who traveled across war zones in Libya, Iraq, and Syria. ...

Fluke-Ekren trained young girls to use AK-47s, grenades and suicide belts - before they were sent on missions which included helping male fighters defend ISIS-controlled Raqqa

It's bad enough. But it gets very much worse:

Her daughter, Leyla Ekren, who was married off to an IS fighter in Syria when she was just 13 years old, said her mother was motivated by a 'lust for control and power'.

'I want people to see what kind of person she was,' her daughter said.

'She abandoned me in Raqqa with my rapist,' she said in a reference to her IS fighter-husband.

In a written statement to the court, her son Gabriel, who like his sister waived anonymity, added: 'My mother is a monster who enjoys torturing children for sexual pleasure.

'My mother is a monster very skilled in manipulation and controlling her emotions to her advantage.

'My mother is a monster without love for her children, without an excuse for her actions.

I'm kinda thinking this should be the first and last thing this lady sees when she gets into prison:

Lock her up, throw away the key, break the key-making machine.


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