October 8, 2007, - 2:31 pm
Justice Department Asks About Schlussel Site in Federal Jury Questionnaire; Will Eliminate Readers of this Site from Important Terror Trial
By Debbie Schlussel
Uh-oh. If you read this site, that would get you kicked off the jury in cases about federal prosecutors trying to actually do their jobs and get justice against Al-Qaeda Islamic terror cells.
That’s the case with the trial of former federal prosecutor Richard Convertino. Jury selection begins tomorrow in U.S.A. v. Convertino, and I’ve learned that among the questions to be asked by slimy Justice Department lawyers is whether the jurors read my site, this blog. Yes, my name is specifically mentioned on the jury questionnaire, I discovered several weeks ago. A question about this site was among the questions the Justice Department proposed for the jury questionnaire, and from what I can tell, it remains.
Why are they so afraid of me? You know–can’t have anyone exposed to the truth or questioning the Justice Department’s fake, impotent war on terror serving on the jury. No intelligent, critically-thinking jurors wanted by the feds. I rained on their pander bear parade in 2003 when then-U.S. Attorney Jeffrey Collins (then Convertino’s intellectually challenged, very jealous, and extremely pan-Islamist boss) wanted to give Islamic terrorist Imad Hamad a national award at the J. Edgar Hoover Building, and after reading my New York Post column on it, the FBI revoked the award. And they can’t get caught with their shawarmeh-waste filled pants down again.
They just want to get Rick Convertino and reward Islamic terrorists, and they won’t have me stand in the way. Red is blue. Up is down. This used to be America.
As I’ve told you repeatedly on this site and in the New York Post, Convertino valiantly tried and got convictions against members of Detroit’s Al-Qaeda terror cell, with PC Justice Department lackeys at the highest levels–including now-Homeland “Security” Chief Michael Chertoff and Justice Dept. Counterterrorism official Barry Sabin opposing him every step of the way. They really didn’t want Convertino to succeed in getting convictions against these terrorists tied to a PC, established Arab welfare agency. They just wanted headlines over mere indictments. Make us think they were actually doing something . . . all while they were really kissing the butts of extremist Muslims at the local falafel hut.
Because Convertino actually got convictions and headlines, they went after Convertino and his family (wife and five kids), asked a federal judge to overturn convictions against terrorists who wanted to blow up our and Israel’s planes at a military base in Turkey, and then indicted Convertino for daring to go after terrorists.
Now, they want to eliminate you from the jury because you dare to read this site. And they call that a “Justice” Department?
I’ve watched every single day as my site got more and more visitors from the Department of Justice computers. Maybe they should spend a little less time on my site and more time going after terrorists, instead of punishing the select few loyal public servants who actually do that job.
That there is even a trial here is absurd. That readers of this site aren’t allowed to render a verdict in it, is even more so.
But, hey, if you read The Detroit Newsistan, in which “reporter”/fabricator David Shepardson fabricated his reports about the terror trial (and got in big trouble over it when I exposed him) and where Shepardson is best buddies with the pan-Islamist PC crowd at the U.S. Attorney’s office, well, then, you may now be sworn in.
Oh, and by the way, if you watch Al-Jazeera or Al-Manar, that won’t get you kicked off the jury either. Justice Department folks don’t care if those media outlets are in your repertoire. It’s just this site’s readers they want to weed out.
Glad they have their priorities straight. Schlussel Website: OUT. Terrorist News Networks: IN.
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