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Ziyad Yaghi and Mohammed Omar Aly Hassan: What the US Media is Hiding


The News Tribune states:“Mohammad Omar Aly Hassan, Hysen Sherifi and Ziyad Yaghi were convicted in 2011 of conspiring to attack the U.S. Marine Base in Quantico, Va., and targets abroad.”http://www.thenewstribune.com/2014/02/04/3028264/appeals-court-upholds-nc-terrorism.html

via Ziyad Yaghi and Mohammed Omar Aly Hassan: What the US Media is Hiding.

 

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The News Tribune states:

“Mohammad Omar Aly Hassan, Hysen Sherifi and Ziyad Yaghi were convicted in 2011 of conspiring to attack the U.S. Marine Base in Quantico, Va., and targets abroad.”

http://www.thenewstribune.com/2014/02/04/3028264/appeals-court-upholds-nc-terrorism.html#storylink=cpy

The ‘chaste’ media is regurgitating the sly and manipulative tactic from the US government, goulashing all evidence (mostly aligned with Boyd) to ‘each’ conspirator, in default of explicitly deciphering what precise evidence buttresses the culpability of which specific individual litigant. Such deceptive maneuvering and horripilation imprints in the public’s mind a false notion. Of course, the prosecution defensively reiterates the legal retort that a conspiracy charge permits all damaging facts against a single appellant, to be callously tenoned in an ostensible invective against all the accused. However, they fail to confess two refutations.

The conspiracy code avers that if any suspected participant ‘appears’ to have left a supposed plot, then the defendant is insusceptible to its legal statute. The prosecution admitted its caviling during the trial, they could not fulfill the demand by the defense to sustain, irrefutably, that Yaghi and Hassan had ‘communication’ with the ‘ringleader’ and ‘star witness’ – Daniel Boyd – after 2007, before all the appellants’ indictment in the year 2009.  Not only did Boyd testify after transforming into a state’s witness -in a plea bargain for reduced time for him and his two sons- that Yaghi and Hassan had no knowledge of any conspiracy to commit violent jihad, but he made sworn statements indicating Yaghi and Hassan were on bad terms with him after 2007. Bluntly, the state’s star witness Boyd, from the witness’ box, described Kellhofer’s warlock concoction of a welter as ‘pure crap!”

Secondly, diametric to normal conspirators where a tight-nit conglomerate possess close personal relations and persistent communication, some of the litigants never met. For example, Anes Subaisac never met Hassan or Yaghi, and Yaghi knew Boyd for less than 24 hours. The arrant U.S. District Judge and virago Louise Flanagan tantamountly and capriciously adjudicated that ‘association’ or friendship with Boyd (the one approximately 90 percent of the evidence involved) was sufficient quid pro quo for the US government to formulate an unseen and poorly defined terrorism ideology – from interpretative exaggerations of the defendants’ religious ideas and provocative thoughts- as a quintessential smoking gun to lock them away.
Flanagan

Judge Louis Flanagan (President Bush Nominee)

As one of the presiding jangling judges at the recent appeal conference cloyingly retorted in a burlesque manner to the respectful complaint of conviction solely on association by Hassan’s  attorney, Dan Boyce, “everyone that’s named as a conspirator has to be guilty…you don’t have these agreements written up and notarized.” Boyce responded,

”There is no doubt that Omar Hassan did not need to know every single co-conspirator, I agree…but I respectfully submit that if you search through the record,  when you comb through it and read all the testimony, it’s [conspiracy and suspected associations of the defendants] just not there.”

I am confident that if an enumerated list of the evidence was publicly categorized toward ‘each’ individual defendant, the results would be shockingly apparent for even an australopithecines’ version of a Hill Billy. Rednecks or Klansmen are another funambulism.

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  1. March 24, 2014 at 2:31 pm

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