Skip to comments.Accused soldier killer says he's like other notorious figures (Arkansas recruiter shooter)
Posted on 07/14/2011 4:01:46 AM PDT by Libloather
Accused soldier killer says he's like other notorious figures
Reported by: David Goins
Updated: 7/12 5:35 pm
Self-proclaimed terrorist Abdulhakim Muhammad is comparing himself to some of the most notorious Islamic extremists in his latest jailhouse letter. Part two highlights his belief he is part of a larger Muslim army waging a holy war.
He calls it his "last public statement" before his trial next week.
In it Muhammad, 26, says he's showing respect to what he calls other real Muslim soldiers, including John Walker Lindh, dubbed the American Taliban after he was captured in Afghanistan in 2001.
His handwritten letter also includes salaams and farewells to Army Major Nidal Hasan, who is accused in the massacre of 13 fellow soldiers at Ft. Hood, TX in 2009.
Felicia Epps is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the UALR Bowen School of Law. Epps says a cursory look at the contents of this latest letter suggest some type of mental health issue.
If you are a smart defendant you follow the advice of your attorney which is normally going to be you're not going to talk to the press," Epps says.
(Excerpt) Read more at fox16.com ...
“Major Nidal Hasan, who is accused in the massacre of 13 fellow soldiers”?
Sometimes is seems like the news organizations carry the “innocent until proven guilty” idea a bit too far...
Next thing you know, we will read about the “self-proclaimed Super Bowl Champs, the Green Bay Packers” or “Paris Hilton, accused slut”.
If a tree falls in the forest, did it REALLY happen if lawyers are not involved?
If this freakshow gets acquited, then the death of America is inevitable.
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