Skip to comments.Muslim Store Cites Hobby Lobby in Shoplifter Mutilation Case [Chopped Off Boy's hand!]
Posted on 07/05/2014 2:45:42 PM PDT by Steelfish
Muslim Store Cites Hobby Lobby in Shoplifter Mutilation Case
On Wednesday, the owner of a small chain of convenience stores was arrested in Peoria, Illinois after he chopped off the hand of a 16 year-old shoplifter who had attempted to steal a bag of potato chips and a 16 oz. soda. But due to the Supreme Court's recent Hobby Lobby decision, that man was released from custody on Thursday, even after pleading guilty to the attack. On July 2nd, Seif Majeed, 41, of Peoria caught a young, unidentified shoplifter, chained him to a pipe in a back room, and then severed his right hand with a meat
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Complete travesty in the application of the Hobby Lobby case. This judge must be impeached.
Is this parody?
I think/hope so. Wouldn’t be shocked.
gotta be satire.
satire taking a dig at the Hobby Lobby decision.
Not even close to the same thing. This judge must be trying to send a message.
A terribly poor example of it too
Put “humor” in the headline, and stop wasting our time.
I don’t believe this story for a minute. The site seems pretty bogus.
This makes a mockery of the court.
Chopping off a hand is in no way similar to prohibiting coercion to pay
Anyway to check it out?
Could be a left wing Commie judge who is against the Hobby Lobby ruling.
Peoria? From he headline I thought it this was happening ing Dearborn, MI.
This has to be BS.
I don’t believe it.
Fortunately it was only a first offense.
B.S. indeed. It’s from National Report, a poorly-done version of the Onion.
religious observance does not include direction of violence towards others.
did they find the boy’s hand? no?
then charge the shop owner with theft - under Sharia Law.
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