He never lost his temper or showed any violent tendencies,” added the same former colleague. More, Emwazi got good grades in high school and later attended college. And “he had a good family, he had quite a few siblings, he was the oldest so he took some responsibility,” according to Jo Shuter, who was then the principal at Quintin Kynaston Academy in northwest London. Nobody can explain now and nothing can motivate the change in his behavior, excepting the money which is supposed he receives working for terrorists. Even without real motivation yet, Britain’s Department of Education has reportedly begun an investigation into how the school has come to be associated with jihadism.