Here I'm is, the Zombie Moe


Zombie Moe Judge Tries to Explain Himself:

Mark Martin on CNN with Libtard Soledad O’Brien, who actually seems puzzled for once:

“Just because you can dress up in a hood doesn’t mean you should”

That’s interesting. Then what would he do with these f*kctards?

Pamela Geller and Ezra Levant discuss the Pennsylvania Sharia ruling in the “Zombie Muhammad” case

Last night on Canada’s Sun TV. Video courtesy Pamela Geller, who has background on the case here.

In “Exclusive Interview: Infidel Victim of Pennsylvania Sharia Judge Reveals Inside Details of Case” in the American Thinker today, Pamela Geller interviews Ernest Perce, who was attacked by a Muslim for wearing a “Zombie Muhammad” costume on Halloween. A judge then cleared the attacker and lectured Perce about Islam.

This is why anti-sharia legislation is so essential.  What happened to equal protection under the law?

Back in October, I reported on Ernest Perce, a parade-goer wearing a “Zombie Muhammad” costume while marching in a local Pennsylvania Halloween parade.  He was viciously attacked and choked by Talaag Elbayomy, a Muslim (who was enforcing the sharia — he assumed that it was illegal in this country to insult Muhammad).  “He grabbed me, choked me from the back, and spun me around to try to get my sign off that was wrapped around my neck,” reported Perce.

Last week, an American judge in Pennsylvania, Judge Mark Martin, ruled on the case and sided with the Muslim, and said that the victim would have been put to death in Muslim societies for his “crime.”

Martin told Perce: “Having had the benefit of having spent over two and a half years in predominantly Muslim countries I think I know a little bit about the faith of Islam. … In many Arabic-speaking countries something like this is definitely against the law there. In their society in fact it can be punishable by death and it frequently is in their society.”

So what?  This is America, where we don’t have to obey the Islamic blasphemy laws — at least not yet.  But Martin went on to reveal why he was ruling against the victim: “Then what you have done is you have completely trashed their essence, their being. They find it very very very offensive. I’m a Muslim, I find it offensive.”  He now denies that he is a Muslim, but that’s what he said

Ultimately, it is irrelevant if the judge is or isn’t a Muslim.  What is germane is his sharia ruling, which is worse if he’s not a Muslim.  In Islam, sharia supersedes all man-made laws.  It is the law of Allah, so one might understand (though not condone) a Muslim judge defaulting to sharia.  But an American judge admonishing an infidel victim while holding up the Koran is shocking.  You hear the Koran slam down in the audio of the court proceeding.  Martin also told Perce: “You’re way outside your boundaries or First Amendment rights.”

Perce had video of the attack, but Judge Martin refused to allow the video into evidence. The judge refused even to look at the video, saying that he had heard enough and that there were two conflicting stories. In sharia, in any conflict between a Muslim and a non-Muslim, the Muslim is always right.  Martin ruled for Elbayomy.

It gets worse.  Since his ordeal began, the infidel victim, Ernest Perce, has received 471 verifiable threats.  Perce never released any personal information on Judge Martin or Elbayomy, but they released his, and now he has gotten threats at his home.  He may also soon be spending time in jail because he released audio of the court proceeding.  Martin is threatening to hold Perce in contempt of court for releasing the audio, even though Perce says he was given permission to release it.

Perce released the video because he believes that he was treated unfairly — that Martin showed Elbayomy preferential treatment.  He wrote to Bonnie Snyder, administrative secretary of the Cumberland County District Court: “I was in a recent proceeding and Judge Martin gave both parties the right/permission to record the proceeding on our cellular devices. I would like to know if it is allowed to put the recording online for listening purposes. If the answer is no, I’d like to know the case law which is being cited and the punishment for violating the case law.”

Snyder responded: “Judge Martin only gave permission for the attorney or officer to record the proceedings.  He did not give anyone else permission to record anything in the courtroom at the hearing held on December 6, 2011 at 2:45 pm.”

Perce then asked her: “Are you instructing me via Judge Martin to destroy or delete and not use my audio recording?”

Answered Snyder: “Yes, since you were not authorized to make any recordings.”

Are we living in a sharia state?  Aren’t court cases open to the public?

Recently I interviewed Ernest Perce and asked him why Judge Martin did not allow the video of the attack to be shown.

Perce: Judge would be offended!  Yet they used comments made on the video at YouTube two months later to establish that I had a biased view toward Talaag Elbayomy.  If the judge were honest, he would have said, “Attorney, the video is not entered as evidence, and therefore I cannot use the comment from two months after the supposed attack.”

I called demanding to speak to the judge.  He was always in a training session or in court.  Finally, on February 16, I talked with the judge at 3:42PM, and he said, “I will hold you in contempt of court under section 42 of the Judicial System” if I didn’t take down the audio.  He also threatened to hold me in violation of 112 of the Rules of Court Section D.

He also said that I would be held in contempt of court.  He denies this now, but this is what he told me.  He was furious.

PG: Why did you decide to dress as Zombie Muhammad for Halloween in the first place?

Perce: Mainly to stand for the freedom of speech, and to show my disdain for such a hateful religion and culture.  I have always made fun of Muhammad.

PG: When did you start receiving threats?

Perce: I started receiving death threats immediately after putting the video online of the parade.  People have said that they would kill me, rip my eyes out, run me over, shoot me and laugh at me, since I have blasphemed Muhammad.  They say I will be found out and [hanged] in front of my family.


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5 thoughts on “Here I'm is, the Zombie Moe”

  1. In regards to the koran burnings:

    What should have followed as a consequence of this situation:

    Commanders should have immediately ordered American troops to neatly fix korans on tanks, trucks, protective encampment walls…etc.etc. as a means to challenge the legitimacy of Muslim complaints.

    Any attempts by Muslims to target these, would show the hypocrisy of the argument Muslims and their abettors are using to undermine our soldiers and values.

    This should be the demand of the American people on a President that is actively undermining our values and freedoms.

  2. “A misunderstanding of the facts”. This judge is an expert on the facts of what might have happened, but probably didn’t happen, 1,400 years ago? Mohammed probably didn’t even exist except in stories. This judge is a dhimmi closet Muslim and should be removed from the bench. Our nation is filled with idiot judges. Just because they’re elected or appointed doesn’t make them intelligent or not stupid and incompetent. It just makes them government workers. Lecturing the victim and not the perpetrator is the first sign of sharia compliance. This goes against the very foundation of our civilization. No sharia, no Muslims, no Islam, ever, period.

  3. What is with logic in PA . . .they identify his new location after moving due to threats?
    Judge in ‘Zombie Muhammad’ case is relocated after threats, criticism of ruling

    Mechanicsburg District Judge Mark Martin and his staff temporarily relocated to the Cumberland County Courthouse in Carlisle today due to threats his office has received and public criticism of his ruling in the “Zombie Muhammad” case. The county courthouse will make it easier to provide extra security.

    For security reasons, Martin did not want to say how long he will be in the county courthouse, but noted his staff will be understanding to those impacted by the change. He said his office received more than 200 phone calls and emails from being criticizing his December ruling.

    In addition, some online posts suggested he should be executed, Martin said.

    Martin dismissed a harassment charge against 46-year-old Talaag Elbayomy, a Muslim accused of attacking Ernest Perce V, an atheist dressed as what he said was the “Zombie Muhammad” at a Halloween parade in Mechanicsburg last year.

    Perce claimed Elbayomy tried to take his “Muhammad of Islam” sign and choked him.

    Martin ruled there wasn’t enough evidence to convict Elbayomy. The decision received national attention after Perce posted an audio recording of the hearing on YouTube. The video depicts Martin saying he’s a Muslim as reason for him dismissing the charges.

    Martin said he’s a Lutheran — not a Muslim — and denied making the statement.

    District court staff posted signs at Martin’s office in the 500 block of North York Street in Mechanicsburg notifying people of the move.

  4. It was a parade. Someone is lying there had to be witnesses in that crowd. There were not only police there at the parade there were other witnesses.

  5. Judge Martin, Sharia, and Islamic Kadi ‘Justice’

    Posted by Andrew G. Bostom Mar 3rd 2012 at 1:01 pm in Justice/Legal, Politics, human rights, united states

    Judge Mark Martin—now infamous for presiding over the “Zombie Muhammad” case—was incorrectly identified by me as a self-professed Muslim, based upon a faulty audio recording of the court proceedings (see blogs here and here by Andrew C. McCarthy for the audio sleuthing, and clarification).

    Nevertheless, the salient points remain: Martin’s alarming deference to Islam’s Sharia-based understanding of blasphemy—a non-existent “crime” in American constitutional law—and his concurrent warped misinterpretation of the First Amendment led him to behave as a de facto, albeit non-Muslim, kadi.

    The “Zombie Muhammad” which sparked the case decided by Judge Martin

    Moreover, before ever again belching forth uninformed, pious platitudes about Islam in his court room, I suggest Judge Martin read and ponder this sobering account written by Col. Felix A. Mathews, July 20, 1879. Mathews was an American consul to Morocco, serving in Tangier, from 1869-1893. What follows are extracts from Mathews’ unsparing analysis of the Sharia—Islam’s religio-political quintessence—and the consequences of its administration as “law,” based upon his intimate firsthand experience, after an entire decade in residence.

    There is no code of laws in the Empire of Morocco, but instead of a civil they have a religious code. The practice of jurisprudence is reduced to the application of certain principles to be found in the Koran, and is the practical knowledge of the precedents established in the various jurisdictions. There are kadis and governors in the cities and countries for the administration of justice and notaries or talbes to certify deeds, and all which relates to the security of property. The laws of the Koran admit no evidence but from those professing the Mohammedan religion. [Parenthetical note: One could argue Judge Martin, assuming the role of de facto Kadi, did nearly the same in rejecting the video evidence of the atheist plaintiff!]

    The kadis or judges are appointed by the Sultan, with a salary barely enough for subsistence…Pillage, extortion, corruption and injustice are universal, so with the almost unpaid kadis or judges, the longest purse invariably prevails. Justice is not administered; it is sold. Even the police are unpaid or receive only a slender allowance, which is supplemented by what they can extract from those who come within their clutches. The judgments of the governors are always arbitrary, and generally consist in distributing the bastinado with equal liberality to the guilty and innocent, committing them to some days’ imprisonment, whence they are released by money. The rich, therefore, rarely suffer any great punishment, though they should have been concerned in criminal affairs.

    To this wretched system of administration the chronic state of disorder which always exists is in greater part to be attributed.

    Three quarters of a century later, Robert H. Jackson (1892-1954), an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court (1941–1954), who also served as the chief United States prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials, made these more expansive, complementary observations in his foreword to a treatise on Islamic law:

    In any broad sense, Islamic Law offers the American lawyer a study in dramatic contrasts. Even casual acquaintance and superficial knowledge—all that most of us at bench or bar will be able to acquire—reveal that its striking features relative to our law are not likenesses but inconsistencies, not similarities but contrarieties. In its source, its scope and its sanctions, the law [i.e., Islamic Law, Sharia] of the Middle East is the antithesis of Western Law…Islamic law, on the contrary, finds its chief source in the will of Allah as revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. It contemplates one community of the faithful, though they may be of various tribes and in widely separated locations. Religion, not nationalism or geography, is the proper cohesive force. The state itself is subordinate to the Qur’an, which leaves little room for additional legislation, none for criticism or dissent. This world is viewed as but the vestibule to another and a better one for the faithful, and the Qur’an lays down rules of behavior towards others and toward society to assure a safe transition. It is not possible to separate political or juristic theories from the teachings of the Prophet, which establish rules of conduct concerning religious, domestic, social, and political life. This results in a law of duties, rather than rights…

    Judge Martin’s demonstrated inability to grasp these stark differences between the totalitarian, basic human rights-abrogating Sharia and US constitutional law renders him unfit for the bench.

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