Mohammed Emwazi's brutal murders started with NH's James Foley
Mohammed Emwazi is accused of at least six killings. He made his black-masked image known across the world when he first appeared in a video showing the beheading of New Hampshire resident and freelance journalist James Foley of Rochester. Foley was killed in August of last year.
Just weeks later in September, another American was murdered who also has ties to New Hampshire. Journalist Steven Sotloff went to high school in Meriden. He was also beheaded.
Emwazi is also accused of murdering two ISIS hostages from Britain. One in September, David Haines a British aid worker. In October Alan Henning was killed, also a British aid worker.
In November yet another American was killed, aid worker Peter Kassig from Indianapolis, Indiana.
The latest beheading was in January when Freelance journalist Kenji Goto from Japan was killed.