Even O’Reilly Gets it, Sort of:
A plea deal. For an enemy combatant and jihadist who came so close to massacring hundreds, in a case that could not be more airtight in terms of evidence and witnesses. It should not be within the realm of possibility that Abdulmutallab could ever be a free man again. And yet, somehow, it is.
What does the government expect to gain in comparison to what it is willing to give up, especially when Abdulmutallab has reportedly been cooperating all along? “Defense: Deal discussed in Detroit plane attack,” by Ed White for theÂ Associated Press, September 9/via JW
Of course, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is the son of Â wealthy Nigerian central banker Â who is known as the “leader of the jihad movement” in Â this burning country, don’t expect team Obama to hurt these wonderful relations. Flashback: Terrorist Tactics: Lawyer Up… With Nearly 300 Witnesses, Flight 253’s Underwear Bomber Pleads “Not Guilty”
Riot charges against Â (fake) asylum seekers dropped
ABC News/thanks to Mullah
The Commonwealth DPP has dropped charges against two asylum seekers who were accused of taking part in a riot at Christmas Island last November.
Six Sri Lankan men remain on trial in the Perth Magistrates Court charged with rioting and weapons offences.
Defence lawyers will today argue the video interview of another of the accused men is inadmissible as evidence and his charges should also be dropped.