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An Innocent Man Remains in America’s Gulag Today

December 28, 2012 Leave a comment
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An Innocent Man Remains in America’s Gulag Today

December 27, 2012 Leave a comment

Worse, the defendants including Ziyad Yaghi, were all found guilty despite the fact that the specific target, date and time, and location were not provided by the prosecution. In other words, in an action that replicates the movie “Minority Report” starring Tom Cruise, Ziyad and others were found guilty for no acts of terrorism or violence, but only by the claim of the North Carolina prosecution that the defendants would have committed the acts.

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An Innocent Man Remains in America’s Gulag Today

December 27, 2012 Leave a comment

Worse, the defendants including Ziyad Yaghi, were all found guilty despite the fact that the specific target, date and time, and location were not provided by the prosecution. In other words, in an action that replicates the movie “Minority Report” starring Tom Cruise, Ziyad and others were found guilty for no acts of terrorism or violence, but only by the claim of the North Carolina prosecution that the defendants would have committed the acts.

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An Innocent Man Remains in America’s Gulag Today

December 27, 2012 Leave a comment

Worse, the defendants including Ziyad Yaghi, were all found guilty despite the fact that the specific target, date and time, and location were not provided by the prosecution. In other words, in an action that replicates the movie “Minority Report” starring Tom Cruise, Ziyad and others were found guilty for no acts of terrorism or violence, but only by the claim of the North Carolina prosecution that the defendants would have committed the acts.

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Analysis: The forgotten refugees of Gaza

December 24, 2012 Leave a comment

Analysis: The forgotten refugees of Gaza | Maan News Agency

December 24, 2012 Leave a comment

It is a wonder that children playing football across sewage drains do not seem to notice the offensive smell.The solution is expensive. Residents pay exorbitant fees in comparison to other Jordanian cities to have this sewage intermittently dumped outside of the city.Water for bathing and drinking is also sporadically available every two weeks, and sometimes mixes sewage and drinking water as a result of the scarcity of functioning modern pipes.Further, the living quarters are squalid, antiquated with cracks in the concrete walls, and teeming with residents. Sometimes 10 people can be found in a room of a windowless metal-roofed apartment. There are known cases of 25 residents living in one house.Others live in roofless apartments or outside in tents where they are exposed to the challenges of the extremely cold seasonal weather. The infrastructure also lacks recreational areas like parks for children and a functioning road system.Most camp residents possess neither an ID nor passport. Like visible ghosts, after five decades of living and giving birth in Jordan, their families are not recognized. They cannot work, receive government benefits, have full access to education, own a car, nor travel freely. Unemployment tops at 50 percent, school dropout rates are high and life expectancy is much lower than regional averages.

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An Innocent Man Remains in America’s Gulag Today

December 24, 2012 Leave a comment

 

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5) At the bail hearing , Judge William Webb expressed his disbelief at the evidence by the North Carolina prosecution stating that code words such as “going to the beach” and “ordering pizza” does not translate into intentions to commit terrorism.

Furthermore, the honorable William Webb also publicly commented his disapproval as to the prosecution’s introduction of testimony and evidence without allowing the defense to cross-examine or thoroughly investigate the sources of this information. The prosecution withheld evidence and access to informants alleging security reasons of National Defense as to the need for this secrecy.

Moreover, three informants for the FBI were paid $200,000 and given green cards to testify despite overstaying their visas. In the underprivileged areas across America, one could purchase such participation for a lesser cost.

It is exigent to reiterate the evidence above concerned the other defendants, nothing of any significant value as evidence was introduced against Ziyad Yaghi by the prosecution.

http://www.salem-news.com/articles/december212012/ziyad-yaghi-sj.php

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