“We think some weight should be given to cultural factors,” said Lord Drummond Young.
“Murderers Fazli Rahim and Saima Gul have jail terms cut,”Â BBC,Â January 7, 2014 (thanks to The Religion of Peace, via Pamela Geller):
Is it any wonder that Robert Spencer & Pam Geller were banned from the UK? The once-great Britain is self-immolating before our very eyes. Note to Judge Drummond: there are no “cultural” considerations when considering beheading. Â Â Continue reading “UK Judge Grants Leniency to Muslim Beheaders, Cites ‘Cultural factors'” Â»
There. are. no. words. Thanks toÂ Blazing Cat FurÂ (hat tip Pamela)
Obama say, “respect it!”
Brooklyn Muselman Found Beheaded
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The NYPDÂ nabbed Mohammed Siddiquee, 27, as he waited to board a flight to Kuwait at Kennedy Airport on Tuesday night, where his final destination was Bangladesh. He said he tried to behead the landlord because he was mean to him.
Tenant nearly beheaded Brooklyn landlord who had ‘humiliated’ him for being short on cash: NYPD sources
Police nabbed Mohammed Siddiquee, 27, as he waited to board a flight to Kuwait at Kennedy Airport on Tuesday night, and he later copped to the killing when the Daily News asked if he was guilty.
The Brooklyn tenant accused of butchering his landlord nearly chopped the man’s head off in a fit of rage because he felt the 57-year-old victim had “teased” him for being poor, police sources said on Wednesday.
Hours after the NYPD pulled off a nick-of-time arrest as Mohammed Siddiquee tried to flee the country, the suspect admitted to perpetrating the vicious killing of Mahuddin Mahmud.
“Yes, I did it,” Mohammed Siddiquee, 27, said nervously when the Daily News asked if he was the culprit as cops hauled him out of a Brooklyn police station on Wednesday.
Siddiquee, 27, who lived in the basement of an apartment building in Kensington that Mahmud owned, was collared at Kennedy Airport at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, just before he was to board a flight to Kuwait, police said. Siddiquee’s escape plan was to fly to Kuwait and then hop a plane bound for his native Bangladesh, police sources said.
When cops nabbed him, he told officers that Mahmud had “humiliated and teased” him because he didn’t have a lot of money, the sources said.
Investigators were able to track him down in time because Siddiquee used his own credit card to purchase the plane ticket, the sources said.
Cops charged Siddiquee with second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon.
Mahmud owned a building on McDonald Ave. near Avenue C in Kensington, Brooklyn. He was found slain there Tuesday morning in a basement apartment that he used as an office.
Mahmud’s family members found his body early Tuesday in a basement apartment that he used as an office in the building, located on McDonald Ave. near Avenue C. His throat had been slashed so deeply that his head was nearly severed from his body, police sources said. He had also suffered burns to his face.
Mahmud lived on Westminster Road in Kensington, but ran an electronics store on the ground floor of the McDonald Ave. building.
Siddiquee was awaiting arraignment on Wednesday afternoon.