SENT TO HELL Three paedos who raped and murdered boy, 10, are shot dead and hung from cranes in chilling public executions in Yemen

THREE paedos who raped and murdered a young boy are shot dead and hung from cranes in a chilling public execution.

Harrowing pictures show locals gathered in Sana’a, Yemen, to witness the gory spectacle

Gruesome pictures show crowds gathering at a public square in Sana’a, Yemen, as the men are shot dead.

Locals gather as three persons convicted of raping and murdering a ten-year old boy are hung from cranes

The three thugs have been convicted of raping and killing ten-year-old Mosad Saleh al-Mothana.

Yemeni officers forced the men, dressed in blue overalls, to lie face down on a mat.

A policeman shot each man in turn, through the back with five bullets aiming for the heart.

Their bloodied corpses were strung up from a crane for all to see.

The three convicts were hung from cranes in front of a huge crowd

Yemeni policemen forced the men to bow down in front of the mat they will be slaughtered on

The convict looks up as police officers force him to kneel on the ground, to meet his fate

Each thug was forced to lay face down on a mat, before they were shot to death

A doctor looks over the body of one thug, in an apparent bid to ensure he is dead

Yemeni police string their lifeless bodies onto rope, so they can be publicly shamed

The dead corpses of the convicts are raised at a public Yemeni square, after they were shot in the chest

The convicted paedo is forced to lie face-down on the ground in front of a crowd

It comes after the public hanging of Hussein al-Saket, 22, who was convicted of abducting, raping and murdering a four-year-old girl.

Saket was brought to Tahrir Square in Sanaa – which the Shiite Huthi rebels have controlled since 2014 – before being forced to lie face-down on the ground.

Ali Ayedh, the victim’s uncle, said Saket “took part in the search for the girl before being unmasked” as her killer during the police investigation.

He said his public execution would act as a “deterrent for criminals”.

The executions have been framed as an example of the Shiite rebels’ efforts to combat crime in their areas

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