British ISIS recruiter Sally Jones Droned in Syria After Brits Caught Her Claiming Benefits Whilst Overseas
BRITISH jihadist known as the White Widow has been killed by coalition drones in Syria after reports she was still claiming benefits from the British government whilst working overseas for terror group ISIS, it has been declared.
The Home Office told our reporters this morning:
“We can confirm Sally Jones was targeted by one of our Predator missiles after she was identified claiming benefits from the UK whilst carrying out duties for ISIS.”
It is understood Jones, a former beautician from Chatham in Kent, was caught double claiming for housing benefit both in the UK and in her adopted hometown of war-torn Raqqa, claiming for her 12-year-old son, and using a blue disability badge near the border of Iraq.
It’s not the first time a Predator drone was used on a British subject abroad. In June this year, a 29-year-old holidaymaker was droned in a public safety operation in Tenerife after attempting to scale a balcony to reach his apartment after an all-day heavy-drinking session.