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