'Jihadi Jack' parents plead not guilty to funding terrorism

Tuesday 6 December 2016

John Letts and Sally Lane, the parents of a Muslim convert nicknamed “Jihadi Jack”, have pleaded not guilty to funding terrorism.

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The couple have been accused of funding terrorism after they allegedly sent £1,723 to their son, a Muslim convert, who has travelled to Syria to join the Islamic State terrorist group. Mr Letts and his wife have been released on bail and are due to go on trial on 9 January.

The case has been widely covered in the press, including by the BBC.

John Letts is being represented by Di Middleton and Tom Wainwright of Garden Court’s Crime Team. They are instructed by Tayab Ali and Itpal Dhillon of ITN Solicitors.

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