‘Jihadi Jack’s’ Parents – Who Once Attacked Andrew Scheer – Found Guilty Of Funding Terrorism

UK court sentences them to 15 months in jail.

The parents of ‘Jihadi Jack,’ a UK citizen who went to Syria to fight for ISIS, have been found guilty of funding terrorism.

Despite being warned by police that that they could be prosecuted if they sent Jihadi Jack money while he was in Syria, John Letts and Sally Lane sent the money anyway – giving him 223 Pounds Sterling.

They were sentenced to 15 months, with a suspended sentence of 12 months.

Interestingly, Jack’s parents had once attacked Andrew Scheer in an open letterback in October of 2018:

Part of the letter said “I am writing to you because I have to do something to challenge the misinformation that has appeared in the Canadian media recently — lies repeated and exaggerated by Mr. Andrew Scheer. Mr. Scheer confidently claimed that Jack is ‘a known jihadi fighter’ — a blatant lie that he knows is untrue. Simply repeating a lie four times does not make it true.”