Tuesday, October 17, 2006

28 month suspended sentence for terrorist skank Lynne Stewart

A career terror-supporting attorney, who was found guilty of treason for smuggling the messages of an imprisoned moslem terrorist to his moslem terrorist contacts on the outside, was let off the hook today by a leftist judge who during sentencing gushed over her "glorious history" of representing "poor, disadvantaged and unpopular clients".

In an astonishingly soft sentence for the crime of high treason, U.S. District Judge John G. Koeltl gave the terrorist skank a measly 28 month suspended sentence. Think about that for a second; a 28 month suspended sentence for conspiracy to proliferate islamic terrorism against America!

This is truly incredible. That nasty, putrid skank, with a huge rap-sheet of defending islamic terrorists, is let off by a liberal judge because of her history of defending "unpopular clients"? That's like a rapist getting off for having an honorable history of molesting innocent women and children.

Here are a couple of quotes from Stewart's "honorable past" that helped persuade Judge Koetl not to hand her the full 30-year sentence she was supposed to receive.

"I don’t believe in anarchistic violence, but in directed violence. That would be violence directed at the institutions which perpetuate capitalism, racism, and sexism, and the people who are the appointed guardians of those institutions, and accompanied by popular support."

"The September 11 terrorist attacks on America were an "armed struggle" like Hiroshima and Dresden. I have a lot of trouble figuring out why that is wrong, especially when people are placed in a position of having no other way."

Here's another tidbit of Stewart's "ignoble past" that moved the "honorable" judge Koetl to set her free: Stewart's former paralegal, Ahmed Abdel Sattar, is serving 24 years in prison for plotting to kill people in a foreign country! Yes, she got busted having wrote a paper urging for the murder of the Jews.

Isn't that all just so warm and fuzzy? Yes, Lynne Stewart sure has been a great humanitarian and noble American. The 28 month suspended sentence makes perfect sense in light of her great career helping people, doesn't it? I know I feel safer knowing that the "honorable" judge Koetle is protecting the American people from behind the court bench.

Perhaps you'd be interested in contacting the "honorable" judge Koetl? Let me help make it easier for you.
Honorable John G. Koeltl United States District Judge Southern District of New York United States Courthouse 500 Pearl Street New York, New York 10007

If you think about it, you may want to remind him of how traitors like the Rosenberg's were treated by our courts just 50 years ago. Seems like another world, doesn't it?



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