October 11, 2006, - 4:30 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
So, President Bush’s Justice Dept. got a grand jury to indict Al-Qaeda’s American face, Azzam Al-Amriki a/k/a Adam Gadahn.
Our response: Big deal.
The guy is not here and will never return. The indictment is meaningless. And it’s more of the same. (And why aren’t we indicting the man who taught Adam Gadahn his treasonous Islamist ways–who is here?)
As we’ve noted numerous times, Detroit’s own Justice Department chief (when he’s not watching porn on his USDOJ computer all day long), U.S. Attorney Stephen Murphy III a/k/a “Abu Porno”, hangs day and night with the most extremist Islamists in the Detroit area. Some of them are openly laundering money to Hezbollah, others to HAMAS and Al-Qaeda. And he knows it. But he looks the other way and lends them legitimacy by eating a shawarmeh sandwich (looking at him, probably many shawarmeh sandwiches) with them.
But Murphy likes press attention, so he waits until the worst ones flee the country–even gives them hints that they should go, by raiding their offices, but not taking their passports or arresting them. And then, he indicts them. But these fugitive terrorists and terror supporters aren’t coming back. Murphy and the USDOJ are wasting your money in exchange for all the gushing attention that shameless media whoredom brings.
Empty indictments of terrorist fugitives will never bring convictions. The question is: Why did Murphy and other USDOJ officials look the other way when a lot of these terrorism funders were still here? And why did they continue to allow them to fund the mass murder of American soldiers and innocent civilians all over the world.
Empty indictment papers won’t wipe the blood off their hands. It’s not even good recycled toilet paper.
Incredibly, President Bush nominated Murphy to the U.S. Court of Appeals.
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