Hate preacher Abu Hamza has launched a make or break legal bid to have his terror convictions overturned in the US Supreme Court.
The hook handed hate preacher, who once preached at Finsbury Park mosque in north London, was found guilty of supporting terrorism and sentenced to life without the possibility of parole.
The 60-year-old, whose real name is Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, was convicted of 11 terrorism charges in 2015.
In letters sent to his lawyer, seen by the Telegraph, it is revealed he plans to appeal against nine of his convictions.
In the correspondence, he appears to blame his lawyer, Michael Bachrach, of ignoring requests for updates on an appeal lodged in October, the newspaper reports.
Writing to his lawyer from the ADX Florence supermax prison, Hamza says he wants to appeal against his 2015 convictions.
He says: It is a make or break matter; I have no choice as I have no more room for manoeuvre. I am asking for the sincere effort not the result.
He also appears to accuse Mr Bachrach of ignoring requests for information about his appeal in October.
He writes: Dear Michael, I hope you are okay. I have not heard from you in some time.
I never received any of what I have been requested for ages despite I sending you many reminders.