Parents of white Islamic convert dubbed ‘Jihadi Jack’ charged with terroism offences over ‘attempt to send him money in Syria

Jihadi Jack and parentsThe middle-class parents of a suspected ISIS convert dubbed ‘Jihadi Jack’ have been charged with terrorism offences.

Organic farmer John Letts and wife Sally Lane were arrested earlier this year for allegedly trying to send their son Jack money, and have now been charged with multiple terror offences.

Jack Letts, 20, has been dubbed ‘Jihadi Jack’ after leaving his Oxford home to travel to Syria, where the bearded youngster is suspected of having joined the terror group.

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