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Jihadi Jack’s relatives contend Britain has ‘left him to die’ in chains – as he claims he’s being tortured in Kurdish prison

THE PARENTS of an Oxford schoolboy who trafficked to Syria to join ISIS have hit out at the British supervision for leaving him to die in a Kurdish jail.

John and Sally Letts explain “Jihadi Jack” is being tortured by a company organisation who prisoner the 23-year-old as he tried to rush the besieged ISIS collateral Raqqa.

 Jack Letts, famous as 'Jihadi Jack', left his family home in Oxford to transport to Syria in 2015 join ISIS
Jack Letts, famous as ‘Jihadi Jack’, left his family home in Oxford to transport to Syria in 2015 join ISIS

The couple – who explain he never fought with ISIS – bloody ministers for vouchsafing him face “vigilante justice” as he rots in unique confinement.

According to the Mail on Sunday, the snivelling left-wing whined home that he had tried to dedicate self-murder as conditions in his 6ft by 3ft jail dungeon were so bad.

Now John, 55, and Sally, 54, – who were charged in Jun with terrorism-related offences last Jun for trying to send Jack income – have begged Canadian MPs to rescue him as he has twin British-Canadian citizenship.

In a minute seen by Canada’s National Post journal they write: “We feel that the only wish for saving the son’s life lies with securing the support of parliamentarians who trust in democracy and the order of law rather than vigilante justice.

 John Letts, 55, and Sally Lane, 54, were charged with terrorism-related offences last Jun for trying to send Jack money
John Letts, 55, and Sally Lane, 54, were charged with terrorism-related offences last Jun for trying to send Jack money

“Jack has settled publicly that, if released, he wants to spend the rest of his life ‘bearing witness’ against Isis.”

The Brit reportedly went by the name Abu Mohammed and married an Iraqi lady with whom he has a son, Muhammed.

During his time in Syria, he posted snaps of himself holding weapons and claimed he narrowly survived a drone strike.


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