July 13, 2007, - 12:50 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
To the many friends and readers who sent me notes of support in response to my two posts from yesterday, regarding my ordeal with–and Victim Impact Statement for the sentencing of–Robert Mustaq John, thank you. Your letters, support, and kind words humble me, cheer me up, and give me strenght in my fight. It is good to know that there are plenty of us all over America who want to take our country back before it is beyond reclamation.
So what happened yesterday? Did Robert Mustaq John get any sort of justice after almost four years of FBI and Justice Department recalcitrance? The answer is no. In fact, Mr. John and his lawyer didn’t even bother to show up. This is not the first time this has happened. In fact, it is the THIRD time in this case that this happened.
And, yet, instead of issuing a Bench Warrant for the arrest of Mr. John, Magistrate Joan Azrack showed lenience for Mr. John. First, his attorney claimed that he did not get notice of the sentencing. Not true, as U.S. Dept. of Justice attorney Jeffrey Blumberg notified him well in advance. Then, the attorney told one of the Magistrate’s clerks that he felt really bad and had a stomach ache. Gee, if he didn’t get notice, why did he have an excuse on the ready? Still, Magistrate Azrack said that it was not the Defendant, Mr. John’s fault that he didn’t show up, so she postponed the Sentencing Hearing to a later date.
This is the circus of our federal court system that does not take the enemy within seriously at all. They get all the breaks, all the benefits of the doubt.
Since I took great expense to come to Brooklyn, New York to deliver my statement, I had to deliver it to an empty coutroom, with just the Magistrate and a few observers. I’m sure that when Mr. John eventually shows up in court–if he ever does–he will tell the Magistrate how he didn’t mean anything by his death threat to me, that he’s so sorry, etc. I hope she doesn’t believe it.
Until then, “justice” for me–almost four years later–has not yet been (and may never be) served.
There is a different standard of justice in America for the so-called “Religion of Peace,” versus that rendered for the rest of us–the infidels–in America.
Four years later, I wait for even a modicum of punishment for this Muslim alien human vessel of hate. As G-d is my witness, I will not give up.
And there is something you can do to help:
Please write the Honorable Joan Azrack, urging her to sentence Robert Mustaq John to the maximum possible sentence of a year in prison. Send your snail-mail, referencing United States of America v. Robert Mustaq John, Case No. Docket No. 06-CR-854, letters to:
The Honorable Joan M. Azrack
United States Magistrate Judge
U. S. District Court
Eastern District of New York
225 Cadman Plaza East
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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