The conviction of two Muselmanic criminals, sentenced to life imprisonment for the 2003 murder of Ahmed Fahda at Punchbowl (Sydney), has been quashed by the New South Wales Court of Criminal Appeal.
The court’s decision was based solely on the word of honour of Sheikh Taj el-Din al-Hilali, who said that the main prosecution witness was forced to lie in the court of law by the police.
In a unanimous decision the New South Wales Court of Criminal Appeal has quashed the conviction and ordered a retrial on the grounds of new evidence.
The new information is a conversation between Sydney’s Sheikh Taj el-Din al-Hilali and a key witness in the trial, Bassam Said.
“He (Bassam Said) said to me, ‘I swear, father Sheikh, what I saw with my own eyes, I did say in my first statement. I assure you and I swear by Allah to you that I did not recognise the killers, I did not recognise anyone. However the police do not believe me and the continue to insist and put pressure on me and ask me to confess that I recognise the killers’,” the affidavit said.Â (source)
As we all know the word of Sheikh Al Hilali is as good as gold.
After all he’s closer to Allah that an infidel jury.