May 6, 2008, - 1:54 pm

Religion of Multiple, Starving, Tortured Prisoner Wives & Kids in America

By Debbie Schlussel
Since they claim to be against this kind of thing–but we know they truly aren’t against it, they sanction it–where are CAIR, MPAC, ISNA, and the MAS on the case of Mansa Musa Muhummed. Why haven’t they condemned him? And why haven’t they condemned the flurry of phony motions filed by this San Diego-area Muslim, which delayed his trial for nine years?
If you think this is the only case of this going on in America, I have a cellar in Dearbornistan to rent you:

A man starved the 19 children under his roof, beat some of them and their mothers and made the youngsters and two of his three so-called wives virtual prisoners in their own home, a prosecutor told jurors Monday as the defendant’s long-delayed trial got under way.


The New “Peace” Sign for Our Century

Mansa Musa Muhummed, who was arrested in 1999, faces eight counts of torture – each of which carries a potential life sentence – 11 counts of willful injury to a child, five counts of inflicting corporal injury on a spouse and two counts of false imprisonment.
Marva Boddie, the woman who was legally married to Muhummed under state law – the other two were not – was arrested along with him nine years ago and pleaded guilty in 2000 to one count of willful injury to a child.
Her plea agreement calls for probation and a year in custody, but sentencing has been put off until after her husband’s trial.
The case against Muhummed has taken years to come to trial, partly because of a flurry of motions filed by the 55-year-old defendant, who had been representing himself but recently was assigned a conflicts defense lawyer.
Muhummed allegedly kept two of his three so-called wives and 19 children – his and theirs – prisoner in their home, torturing seven of them, prosecutor Julie Baldwin told jurors in her opening statement.
“He would beat their feet … to the point where they could hardly stand or walk,” she said.
The defendant also beat his victims’ palms with a sort of paddle and the backs of their hands until the children begged him to stop, all the while enjoying their suffering, Baldwin alleged. . . .
Baldwin told the jury that during the course of the trial, they will hear the cries and screams of children being beaten and begging for mercy, as taped by someone in the defendant’s Aguanga home. . . .
When authorities went into the home in the 49000 block of Sweepstakes Lane on April 6, 1999 – they were alerted by someone who managed to escape and go for help – some of the children were underweight, undernourished and stunted because of lack of food, the prosecutor said.
A daughter of one of the defendant’s “wives” was 19 years old when sheriff’s investigators intervened and rescued the children, Baldwin said.
The young woman was 4-foot-1, had never menstruated and weighed 56 pounds, about the average weight of someone half her age, the prosecutor said.
All the time that the children were forced to steal food from their own home in order to survive, the defendant ate three square meals a day, she said.
“These children were stunted due to the fact that the defendant starved them over a period of years,” Baldwin said. . . .
There were padlocks on doors, sliding doors and garage doors, and doors nailed shut, allowing no escape from the property, according to the sergeant, who said soiled diapers were found in one of the garages, neither of which had running water, toilet facilities or tubs. . . .
He convinced [Laura] Cowan that they could wed, under Islamic law, because her own husband was away [DS: in prison], she said. The moment she married the defendant, he forced her to close all her bank accounts and credit cards and assumed control of her finances and her life, she testified. . . .
Cowan said she argued with the defendant for years over the treatment of her son, Ahmed, and would not let him stay with her in her room.
He would force the boy to stand in a bucket in his urine-soaked and soiled clothes “from the morning to night” and sometimes punched him in the face, the woman testified.
The defendant also called her son evil and “possessed by Djinns,” Cowan said, and kept food from the boy in order to punish him for his lack of intestinal control. . . .
“I was slapped all the time. He pulled my hair. He grabbed me by my throat,” Cowan testified.

“Religion of Peace,” baby. “Religion of Peace.”
Coming soon: The United States of Sharia.

8 Responses

“where are CAIR, MPAC, ISNA, and the MAS on the case of Mansa Musa Muhummed. Why haven’t they condemned him?”
Heck, where’s Audacious, and why hasn’t he/she/it condemned this scumbag? Curious how he vanishes every time the Religion of Peace (TM) is exposed on this site…

DocLiberty on May 6, 2008 at 6:14 pm

I live in san diego, there has been little if any coverage on this, due to Im sure, pressures from the local mosques and the ACLU so the poor innocent muslims don’t get a bad image over this.

savage supporter on May 6, 2008 at 7:17 pm

Unbelievable! Take the c-s out and HANG him! Or better yet, put him on 300 calorie-a-day rations and televise his starvation to the whole world. You treat children like this; this is what you get.
But, no . . . Doubtless this cretin will be a “hero” to his co-religionists, a “martyr” to the cause of the Moonbat Death Cult, celebrated wide and far by the Appease-o-crats, who might even bring him to their Convention this August, to sit next to Jimmah and Bill as an honored guest at their “To Hell With America” party in Denver.
In a rational world, this excuse for a human being would be dead within hours of the discovery of this hideous crime. Yet we continue to welcome scum like this to our shores . . . Unbelievable!

theendisnear on May 6, 2008 at 8:50 pm

First i’d heard of this case-heard about the foreighn perv, and the texas cult, but not this. Coincidence?….

mindy1 on May 6, 2008 at 10:20 pm

He should get the death penalty for this, but California outlawed law and order years ago.
Seriously, If they don’t want their children and just want to abuse them; they should just sign off their parental rights and I’ll take ’em.
I can give them what children deserve: loving mom and dad, 4 hearty meals a day, home-based education, and good religious teachings founded in Christ. They would be loved and cherished, and my wife is more than happy to welcome more children into our home.
Better than what they have now.

bhparkman on May 6, 2008 at 11:45 pm

I live in San Diego too and agree that this has had zero coverage in any local media. I seem to recall a few passing references to it in the Union Trib, but none of the coverage struck home with this level of exposure by any means.
It’s quite a coincidence that a terrorist pipe bomb was set off at the federal courthouse this past Sunday…

Mistress_Dee on May 7, 2008 at 11:18 am

Since polygamy is a crime in this country, why isn’t this 7th century savage charged with that crime?
The prosecutors should be prosecuting muzlum polygamy with the same zeal they’re prosecuting non-muzlums with polygamy. I’d also like to see the media jump on muzlum polygamy bandwagon also.

Thee_Bruno on May 8, 2008 at 2:44 pm

We had a case here in NJ of 4 boys starved to death while the family treated the girls OK. ONe boy looked 9 even though he was 16 because (I think they are adapted or foster care) of the starvation. Should we say then that Christians starve boys to death while treating girls OK because of this case. THe United States puting boys on ritalin (which is similar to amphetimines and athletes can’t take these it is against the drug policy but growing boys they put on a similar drug) because the boy doesn’t bow down to the female teacher enough. I still think you hate Muslims more then you care about the problems of Judaism and Christianity and not realizing that Islam is filling the vacum of some of our own extreme evil ways.

adam6275 on May 9, 2008 at 12:01 am

Leave a Reply

* denotes required field