Sally Jones Trained Young Son To Behead Prisoners

From Express:
ISIS jihadi Sally Jones forced her “brainwashed” son to decapitate goats to train him to behead prisoners kept by the vile terror cell, it has been revealed.

Jones, once the UK’s most wanted women, was killed in a US drone strike earlier this year after dragging her child Joe Dixon to the so-called caliphate in 2013.

UK officials confirmed the kill after liaising with US intelligence officers last week amidst fears her 12-year-old son, also known as Jojo, died in the strike.

Now insiders have claimed the jihadi mother left Jojo to train in ISIS camps where he learned to behead humans by decapitating goats.

A source told the Sun: “Sometimes he would go away to ‘camp’ for a time.

“Sally was either being very stupid thinking it was an education trip or clever by disguising the fact he was training to kill.

They added the “strong boy” had been “totally brainwashed” during his time in ISIS territory.

It is believed the child had wanted to live with his grandfather before he was taken to Syria by his drug-addict mother.

However, “Jihadi Jones” refused to listen to his request and both were reportedly killed in a US drone strike as she attempted to leave Raqqa in June.

In an interview held before details of the attack were known, his grandfather Terry Lynch spoke of the life he led with his mother when they lived in Chatham, Kent.

He said: “He [Jojo] had no life. His mum was on drugs all the time.

“He used to say to me, ‘Grandad can I come and stay with you?’.

“He was a lovely little boy, he was gorgeous. Unfortunately, his mother was always on the computer.”

Five years ago Jones took Jojo to meet Birmingham extremist Junaid Hussein.

They told the family they were going on holiday to Turkey but went to IS-held territory in Syria.

Mr Lynch said: “She had no right to take Jojo. We loved him.”

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