drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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Did The Government's Case Crumble????

A firebrand civil rights lawyer who has defended Black Panthers and anti-war radicals was sentenced Monday to nearly 2 1/2 years in prison - far less than the 30 years prosecutors wanted - for helping an imprisoned terrorist sheik communicate with his followers on the outside.

Lynne Stewart, 67, smiled, cried and hugged supporters after U.S. District Judge John G. Koeltl pronounced the sentence.
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"Ms. Stewart performed a public service, not only to her clients, but to the nation," Koeltl said.

The judge said Stewart could remain free while she appeals, a process that could take more than a year.

[ cf Sheik's Lawyer Gets Nearly 2 1/2 Years ]
Say WHAT???

Hello!!! We are talking about one of the Most Vicious Of All PRO-IRANIAN FLYING SAUCER TYPES, EVER!!!!

And not so much as a transfer to Gitmo for those 3 years??? AND free until the appeals process finishes????

Can AMERICANS sleep in their beds, knowing that AT ANY TIME NOW!!!! Those Iranian Flying Saucers could return because Evil Liberal Activist Judges had embarked upon Stabbing Our Troops in The Back with this sort of rooling against a KNOWN TERRORIST LEADER OF ALL IRANIAN FLYING SAUCERS, EVERYWHERE!!!
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