August 2, 2007, - 5:29 am

Justice For Muslims v. “Justice” for You: Federal Judge Azrack Goes Soft on Robert Mustaq John

By Debbie Schlussel
**** UPDATE: New York Comedy Club owner Al Martin says he was duped by Robert Mustaq John into writing a laudatory letter to the court. I withdraw my call to boycott his club. ****
On Tuesday, Robert Mustaq John was finally “sentenced” for sending me a death threat.
The Muslim alien from Trinidad and Tobago, who now lives in the Bronx, NY, sent me the e-mail, below, featuring pictures of Daniel Pearl in mid-beheading and other states of pre-rigor mortis, with the text, “JEWgirl,u Might Be Next” and “KILL ALL KIKES” in blood-red, bold capital letters.
I say “sentenced” in quotation marks because Federal Magistrate Joan Azrack was not only soft on Mr. John, she took the unusual step of departing downward–by two-thirds–both from the mandatory sentencing guidelines for Mr. John’s crime and from the recommendation of the Federal Probation Officer in his Pre-Sentencing Report.

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Judge Azrack sentenced Mr. John to only four months in prison (plus 400 hours of community service), even though she was actually required to sentence him to 12-18 months, as required by the sentencing guidelines. In addition, Federal Probation Officer Jeffrey Houser recommended that Mr. John receive a year in prison, the maximum sentence for the Misdemeanor to which soft Justice Department officials allowed him to plead in a very generous deal. It is rare that a Federal Judge does not follow the recommendation of the Probation Officer, even rarer that she goes so much softer on the criminal.
They want Stanislav Shmulevich to serve four years in prison for flushing a Koran down the toilet, but this Muslim who believes in the Koran and wanted to behead me in conjunction with it, gets only four months?
That Azrack, a Magistrate–a judge NOT nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate, was allowed to sentence Mr. John in his native New York at all is, in and of itself, a strong indication that Justice Department officials simply didn’t care about my case–me being the Infidel victim, Mr. John being the Muslim, anti-Semitic perpetrator. Even the Federal Probation Officer said he’d never seen anything like it. Normally, the perpetrator would be sentenced here in Detroit, where I–the victim!–reside. And he’d be sentenced by an actual, confirmed Federal Judge, not a clinician like Magistrate Azrack, who was appointed by her peers in the liberal Eastern District of New York.
I’m not surprised by this. As I’ve repeatedly noted on this site, at every step of the way, I’ve had to fight for “justice” against Robert Mustaq John. That’s why I had to wait almost four years for a simple matter to go to court, whereas the Justice Department immediately pounces on non-Muslims who send far more benign e-mails to Muslim extremists who advocate their deaths.
Were it not for this website and you, my loyal readers, this Muslim death-threat sender–Robert Mustaq John–would have been free to send e-mails like this, without penalty. If I didn’t have a voice, the FBI and Justice Department wouldn’t give a damn. And for far too long, they didn’t give a damn anyway.
They barely give a damn now. The Justice Department attorney assigned to this case didn’t say the government will appeal the sentence, which is generally the case when the Judge gives such a soft sentence and has such a downward departure from both the recommendations of the Federal Probation Officer and the requirements of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.
Perhaps if Mr. John had displayed some phony, taqiyyah-filled [taqiyyah is the Islamic precept of deceiving the infidels] remorse for what he did, we could understand the undue softness for Muslim hate-crime perpetrators displayed by Judge Azrack. But John didn’t even do that. In the absurd letter he submitted to and read before the Court, Robert Mustaq John claimed that his e-mail to me was “comedy,” that he was trying to get attention for his website as an aspiring comedian. Please look at his e-mail. Do you see a website mentioned ANYWHERE? Do you see anything funny about it?
“KILL ALL KIKES.” Haha, funny. “JEWgirl,u Might Be Next.” Hilarious. Daniel Pearl in mid-beheading. A real Dave Chappelle, this guy. What the heck is funny about anything he wrote to me and clearly meant to scare me? Where’s the humor?
PUH-LEEZE. He knew what he was doing. He sent me the e-mail to scare me and to threaten my life. Period. It had nothing to do with showbiz. That’s just complete baloney.
And John didn’t stop there. He said that because I wrote a column he didn’t like in the New York Post–a column about a Muslim terrorist who was going to get an award from the FBI (which was revoked as a result of my column)–and promoted it on the Howard Stern show, that I “am a part of the entertainment business – which can be a raunchy, politicallly incorrect or sleazy environment.” So that makes it okay to tell me he’s going to behead me, apparently.
John also claims that he, too, as a “comedian” who sends out the “humor” of anti-Semitic death threats, is “a part of the entertainment business.” Uh, Mr. John, there is NOTHING entertaining about what you sent me. Not in the least. Then, he compares himself to a stupid rap group, saying he sent me his death threat was a way to launch his career:

When we look at a rap group with the name NWA which stands for “Niggers With Attudes” [sic--DS: it's actually, Attitude, singular, not plural] (I apologize to the court for having to use the ‘N’ word) on e may think that nothing good can come out of them. Yet they have produced household names like Dr. Dre. and ICE Cube. Ice-T, another rapper out of this group, had his share of controversy with his song called ‘Copkiller’, which predictably caused a hailstorm of free publicity and thus sales. Ice-T presently stars in NBC’s long running his Law & Order.

Yes, Law and Order. That’s the one thing–from beginning to end–that has NOT occurred in the case of this absurd idiot’s death threat on me and his attempt to silence me from writing more columns like the ones I’ve written in the New York Post. That’s what this was about–to frighten and silence me. The “entertainment” and “comedy” excuses are BS.
John submitted a letter to the judge from Al Martin, owner of the New York Comedy Club, praising him and asking for a lenient sentence. Boycott Martin and his comedy club. Clearly he thinks anti-Semitic death threats from Muslims are funny. Let him know you don’t appreciate his “taste” in “comedy.”
Mr. John was ordered to report for prison on August 17th. That means on December 17th, I’ll have to worry about him again, as I do about the other Muslim death threats the Justice Department won’t do a damn thing about because I’m not a Muslim and the perpetrators are.
I only hope that for the four months he’s in federal prison that Robert Mustaq John finds “fame” and is very “popular” with his fellow inmates.
Because Magistrate Azrack has been so soft on Mr. John every step of the way, I doubt he’d have gotten any jailtime, but for many of your letters you sent via snailmail to the Court. I’ve read all of them, and it is gratifying to know that all Americans are not sound asleep, that there are concerned citizens like you who want to take our country back from the politically correct Judge Azracks and scary Muslim criminal Robert Mustaq Johns who are harming it beyond reclamation. Judge Azrack knew you were watching and at least felt the compulsion to give him some sort of punishment.
Thanks to Mary J., Pamela W., Richard S., Lee M., Paul N., William W., Ruth G., Kenneth R., Paula F., Felice S., Kevin M., Lawrence P., M. Anna G., Peter M., and all those who took the time to write snailmail letters to the judge. All of your letters were excellent and, I believe, had an impact on this liberal, soft judge.
(If you sent the Judge a letter and I missed your name, my apologies. I went by the letters that were posted to the Court file (which for some strange reason, not all were). I appreciate your help on this. Thank you.)
****
A friend writes:

I am so sorry that your email stalker did not get a stronger sentence. The judge in the case was absurd. Perhaps she should have pretended he was a border patrol agent.

Indeed.

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27 Responses

I am very heartened to see this miscarriage of justice. The more such things happen the harder it will go for liberals and their Muslim allies, when things get worse.
The truth needs no defense, because it is what is left after lies die as they will

taffy on August 2, 2007 at 7:10 am

Meanwhile, you get charged for 2 fellonies for flushing the Koran. What did I miss, when did the US institute Sahria law?
A disgraceful sentencing, to say the least.

Witch-king of Angmar on August 2, 2007 at 8:06 am

I’ll bet that if you were a sodomite Debbie the sentence would have been the maximum.
I wonder what his community service will be? Indoctrinating New York children into the “religion of peace”?
Guess there are only two groups of people who do not afford consideration in our system of justice-Jews and Christians. It seems as though we are in the 21st century but those who rule are living in the 1st and 7th centuries.

Lainie on August 2, 2007 at 8:46 am

disgusting. that sounds like sentence handed down for a petty crime.
his email was a RACIST DEATH THREAT – he should have been picked up, put on a plane, taken immediately to his shitbag country of origin, and thrown out of the plane door (no need to wheel up the fancy stairs).

live from dearbornistan on August 2, 2007 at 8:57 am

I suggest everyone do what I just did: write a protest to http://uscourts.gov. Expressing sympathy to and for Debbie here is all well and good. Nothing can be done about this now, but if several complaints are received, it might just start to raise some proverbial eyebrows. BTW, here is what I wrote to them:
I realize nothing can be done about Federal Magistrate Joan
Azrack from this, but I want to express my feeling that her actions are
beyond mistaken to the point of being an embarrassment to the U.S. in
general and to the American judiciary and justice system in particular.
I trust most all federal judges feel the same as I do as they head off
to work this morning. Thank you for your time and attention.
DocDave

hedeby1 on August 2, 2007 at 9:12 am

Debbie, we are proud of you for pursuing this to the end. As we all have learned, to Liberals it is only a “hate crime” if a whitey looks at a Muzzie wrong.
But you know what? I, for one, am sick and tired of this bullshit. My hearing against the Muzzie cab driver who threw me out of his cab for having an unopened bottle of wine with me is next week.
I’ll let you all know HIS sentence. Living in Manhattan, I can probably predict he’ll get off scott free.

cankelz on August 2, 2007 at 9:28 am

WTF?? This makes NO sense, a comedy club???? Who would believe this? She saw the beheading pic, right? This is surreal.
What else can be done? I mean, to publicize this travesty?
btw- the us courts link above did not work for me- just fyi to hedeby1.

CarpeDiem on August 2, 2007 at 9:58 am

Oh, I almost forgot – May Mr. John be the most popular inmate in the prison. I bet he’s not pretty enough though.

CarpeDiem on August 2, 2007 at 10:00 am

WTFO??
16 weeks??
It appears that Madame Justice is peeking under her blindfold.
WTF…

Nuggler on August 2, 2007 at 10:01 am

Was the Magistrate wearing a burkha?

cankelz on August 2, 2007 at 10:12 am

Comedy? That was his defense?
No “I’m sorry. I’ll never do it again”? A comedy club owner wrote a letter for him? The judge bought it? Can justice get any more crazy?
Suppose you’re taking a flight and you tell someone in the TSA or a flight attendant “I’ve got a bomb in my pants! You’re all going to die!” They arrest you and you say you’re “only joking”? This HAS happened before, and the authorities don’t treat it as a joke. You’re liable for a death threat.
What part of this death threat e-mail could be considered humor?
Please show us Robert Mustaq John’s entire statement, plus the New York Comedy Club owner’s letter.
Oh, and those 400 hours of “community service” are going to be real valuable. He’ll probably be indoctrinating others to his “comedy” as part of his “punishment.”
The life of a Jewish person just isn’t very valuable in the United States of America anymore.

barrypopik on August 2, 2007 at 10:18 am

Comedy??? Not just no, but OH HELL NO! This is one sick fu…fool! The only “community service” of any value he should do is place himself in a maximum security jail cell fo’ life! (as NWA used to say!)

JibberJabber on August 2, 2007 at 10:34 am

It never ceases to amaze me just how badly liberals want to excuse these people who do such outrageous things. You must wish that one of them will get a taste of what the victim experienced– just so that they can realize what it’s like.
Outrages like this sentence, this entire cluster of a miscarriage of justice–all totally documented in detail by you, thank G-d–truly is the stuff that leads to new infidels “Megan’s Laws” etc. We need to fight for Debbie’s Law!
Hearing you on the radio last night on Larry Elder just standing in the light of day explaining your outrageous experience with our “protectors”–let me say that ALL good people will be incensed to see what these crackpot DOJ boobs are doing and how so many judges/magistrates seem to be complicit. Your day of reckoning is coming you sellout out idiots.
The double standard between treatment of muslims vs. non-muslims is a scandal. The good PEOPLE of this nation are not going to tolerate this any longer.
Let’s shout it from the roof tops. “We are second class citizens in our own country now proven compliments of traitors in the DOJ like Abu Porno and co! What happened to Debbie could happen to anyone of us!” (if we have the damn guts to take a stand like Debbie–we will face the same kind of crap. Do we have the guts????)

BB on August 2, 2007 at 10:54 am

This is absolutely disgusting!
I think the time has come for ALL federal judges to be dismissed in one fell swoop…don’t know if this “magistrate” will fall in the group, but leading the list will be the sorry Sutton in Texas. Let Congress question that action! since Bill Clinton did the same thing. Our justice system today is not worth the powder to blow it to h&ll.
Americans are getting sick and tired of the lack of concern for the American citizen in this day of political correctness and judges who do not believe in enforcing the laws of our country.
Our law enforcement officers put themselves in jeopardy every day only to have the “judges” slap the wrists of the offenders.
This man should not be let off with such a light sentence!

CapeConservative on August 2, 2007 at 2:22 pm

Debbie: A not unsurprising result, of course. But disgusting in the extreme. In addition to all the other crap committed by “Mr.” John, I wonder if the Judge might have been more harsh had he also dropped a Torah or the Holy Bible in the toilet? Highly unlikely . . .
Loved one commenter’s remark at Moonbattery.com, on the so-called Koran “flushing” case (to paraphrase): “How dare that person desecrate a perfectly good toilet with a Koran?”

theendisnear on August 2, 2007 at 2:22 pm

Hey Deb, do you think you might get some air time from Hannity & Colmes to expose this weak liberal judgment? No, Hannity is probably too busy preening for his next “exclusive scoop” and Colmes is just plain clueless.
Our legal system is frightening. Criminals are pandered to and coddled to, especially if they come from some minority the liberals think are currently in vogue.
Remember, you have many, many friends out here from all walks of life and religions. You are our inspiration!!! Sincerely.

lighthorseman on August 2, 2007 at 2:59 pm

Minority Opinion:
If what I am seeing is the entire e mail then my take is that it is a very sick, anti semetic message. I don’t really see a death threat in the sentence: “jewgirl you might be next lol”
That strikes me as simple ghetto posturing designed to intimidate.
I can clearly see how one might be intimidated by such a message. I agree with your decision to press charges. I think they should have given him one year for an intimidating letter and another 2 years for a piss poor attempt at humor.

Samoyed on August 2, 2007 at 4:42 pm

Hi:
I think that the judge was afraid. I know that that may sound weird, but many people are quietly afraid. Here’s an example of everyday apprehension: When I go swimming, I wear a black t-shirt because I burn very easily. The t-shirt has inscribed on it, infidel, both in English and Arabic. A Chaldean Arab immigrant friend from Iraq told me it was a very bad word, so I asked her if she had any good words in Arabic for infidel? I was raised Christian; that automatically makes me an infidel. I consider the shirt an example of truth in labeling.
I’m an American. I’m not afraid to speak up.
I grew up in Detroit. I find your insights about the city absolutely astounding in their validity. Please don’t stop writing. I hope that someday I could shake your hand in support of your work, but I know that it’s unlikely for security reasons: you have to keep a low profile.
Thank you.

marsh113 on August 2, 2007 at 5:07 pm

Hi:
Addendum: If you ever see a guy in the aforementioned t-shirt at Martindale beach at Kensington, that’s me. Please say hi.

marsh113 on August 2, 2007 at 5:10 pm

Debbie,
Keep it up!!! Americans are waking up. That scum should have gotten 400 months in prison and no hours of community service unless it was scrubbing toilets in churches or better yet synagogues.
I.m not sure how you feel about O’Reilly but he may be interested in pursuing another judge and this one surely deserves the full attention. Should we write? The sentence she gave is disgusting. She should be ashamed of her incompetency.

TheAwakenedOne on August 3, 2007 at 12:03 am

its disgusting debbie.by the way I couldnot get on the website to the courts either. conspericy ?

wac3002 on August 3, 2007 at 1:00 am

CarpeDiem et al.,
Mea culpa. I trust you will see this before it is in the nebulous archives. The address, in 5th comment is correctly: http://www.uscourts.gov. Of course a search on Yahoo or Google would have turned the error in a couple of seconds, but I should have noticed before hitting POST.
One additional note: they send a follow-up a day later asking if you wish to file a formal complaint against a fed’l judge, and provide a link. But it cannot be based on a ruling.
Too bad we don’t change fed’l law, such that when a judge sentences below the guidelines, if there is another crime by the convicted party, the judge serves the difference between the minimum guideline sentence and the one given.
One item is missing: civil suit. Has it been considered?

DocDave on August 3, 2007 at 3:51 pm

You know, I wouldn’t care if somebody whacked this guy, but it really bothers me that somebody can be thrown in jail for saying things like, ‘You might be next’. Maybe it’s backwards, but his death wouldn’t bother me, but throwing him in jail does.

steve ventry on August 4, 2007 at 12:43 am

Dear Deb,
Sorry to hear about your miscarriage of justice. May I recommend some friends of ours, a Mr. Smith and his partner, Mr. Wesson. They also have some friends named Mr. Colt, Mr. Winchester, and Mr. Glock. Messrs. Smith et al, had a lady friend that would make you feel a little more comfortable if you would prefer another lady.
As for Mr. John’s “community” service, I suggest that he work on his “popularity” as you suggested in your column. My regret is that it will feel a whole lot better than he might get from his “friends” for the next four months.

Loser on August 4, 2007 at 12:54 am

hedeby1
Carpe Diem, what I got at that link was three possibilities. I hope I got the correct one, it did provide a ‘comment’ drop down (if I’m using the correct words to describe it). I at least sent a rhetorical questioning e-mail profanity less. It was tough, but, I did it. Perhaps we can organize a demonstration complete with pitchforks and torches. Let me know, I’ll be on the first Acela to NY.

John Cunningham on August 4, 2007 at 9:12 am

Or DC, I’m right in the middle here in Philadelphia. Haven’t been to a demonstration since Gathering of Eagles 17 March.
BTW, Fox and Friends is covering a report about middle eastern celebrations about the bridge collapse.

John Cunningham on August 4, 2007 at 9:20 am

SO! You still expect the government to defend you? To be just?
You still don’t get it, eh?
This government – Including the Israeli govern, and Western governments – Do NOT care about We, THe People.
THe World Governments only care about keeping their power among their peers – this includes the Arab princes and sheiks.
We’re on our own. ANy defence willhave to be worked aout among the individuals of each community.
That’s the way it is. I suggest this be way of the defending of the Jews in France – rather than slinking off – and blending.
Where is the “Never Again” philosophy/attitude?
islamic abuse has gone on long enough- don’t you think?o

allat on August 4, 2007 at 3:01 pm

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