The terrorist convicted of killing eight people on a New York City bike path in 2017 was spared the death penalty on Monday after members of a Manhattan federal jury remained deadlock in deciding his fate, Your Content has learned.
Sayfullo Saipov, 35, was spared the death penalty on Monday after members of a Manhattan federal jury remained deadlock in deciding the New Jersey man’s fate.
Saipov was instead sentenced to life in prison without parole – a sentence to be served in Colorado’s Supermax facility, the most secure federal prison in the US.
The Uzbekistan Native was convicted in January of murdering eight people on the Hudson River path in October 2017, intent on joining the terror group ISIS,‘according to CNN.
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