Father of ‘Jihadi Jack’ told of ‘personable, engaging, humorous’ son

A Muslim convert dubbed Jihadi Jack was a “personable” young man who used to sleep next to his football before he switched his obsession to religion, a court has heard.

After he travelled to Syria, Jack Letts’ parents also noticed he became more “reserved” and no longer told them “I love you” in his calls home, the Old Bailey was told.

Organic former John Letts, 58, and his wife Sally Lane, 56, are on trial accused of sending him money despite having every reason to believe he had joined Islamic State.

Jack Letts was…
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