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Tuesday, January 16, 2007 

9th Circus at your defense

Yes sir the 9th circus of appeals is hard at work ensureing that the rights of all are justly protected. In order to make sure that yours and my civil rights are not tread upon by this harsh oppressive government theyare more then willing to put a man who planned on killing as many INNOCENT people as he could back out on the street.

In a par for course ruling by three of the clowns from the center ring, the millinium bombers sentance was sent back to a lower court for review and explination as to why he was given 22 years. The fact that a jury convicted this TERRORIST of planning an attack. The fact the government proved their case beyond a reasonable doubt, and the fact this slime was caught red handed does not matter. What matters is that the 9th circus wants to know why he recieved such a harsh sentance.

If you ask me 22 years was to light for a man who wanted to KILL, MAIME, AND INJURE as many as possible.



Appeals court throws out sentence of "millennium bomber" jihadist
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, of course. They couldn't figure out how an obviously oppressed third worlder like Ressam could have been sentenced to 22 years. "Appeals court vacates sentence of 'millennium bomber' Ressam,"

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A federal appeals court on Tuesday vacated the sentence of "millennium bomber" Ahmed Ressam, who was arrested near the U.S.-Canadian border and convicted of plotting to bomb Los Angeles International Airport at the turn of the millennium.
Ressam was arrested in December 1999 In Port Angeles, Wash., when he drove off a ferry from British Columbia with a trunk full of explosives. Prosecutors said he was intent on bombing the airport on the eve of the millennium.

He was sentenced to 22 years in prison after being convicted of all nine charges. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco reversed his conviction on one of the charges and sent the case back to a lower court judge to issue a new sentence and explain the rationale behind the original 22-year term.

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