Isis suspect Jack Letts’ parents found guilty of funding terrorism




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John Letts and Sally Lane given suspended sentence for sending son money in Syria

A couple from Oxford have been spared jail after they were convicted of funding terrorism offences by sending or attempting to send money to their Muslim convert son while he was living under Islamic State in Syria.

John Letts, 58, an organic grain farmer, and Sally Lane, 57, who formerly worked in marketing and book publishing, defied police warnings when they sent or attempted to send £1,723 to their son, Jack Letts, now 23.

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