Ziyad Yaghi and Mohammed Omar Aly Hassan: What the US Media is Hiding
Last month, a Federal Appeals Court upheld convictions of Ziyad Yaghi, Hysen Sherifi, and Mohammed Omar Aly Hassan for Conspiracy to Commit Terrorism. The repudiation of the aforementioned appeal is approximately 50 pages. Its pristine quality is extraordinary, and is not a meticulously and noteworthy derived collection which should be lazily set aside for later reading. Without hesitation, this tendentious tautology should be thrown with full force into the trash! If one felt compelled to employ a euphemistic depiction in frank reverence for its overweening authors, suffice it to say that this imprecation is a verbose logomachy that creatively manipulates an enormous and esoteric lexicon to express tiny ideas. My only positive reactive comment is a sesquipedalian paroxysm. In regards to the flamboyant prosecutor Jason Kellhofer, regrettably a humanitarian did not dragoon his poor mother into tossing this scurf aside, while feeding and clothing the stork instead.