Skip to comments.9/11 Defense Attorney Calls For women To Wear 'Appropriate' Clothing
Posted on 05/07/2012 6:55:25 PM PDT by massmikeEdited on 05/07/2012 6:56:50 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
The defense attorney who wore a traditional Islamic outfit during the rowdy arraignment of the accused Sept. 11 terrorists is defending her courtroom appeal that other women in the room wear more "appropriate" clothing to the proceedings -- out of respect for her client's Muslim beliefs.
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If I ever have to go to court, wonder if I can demand all the foxy women wear NO CLOTHES?
As much as it pains me to say this, there should be respect for the rule of law. And it's chamber.
From what I've read these "defendents" have none of any of that.
So for this"American" attorney to "suggest" "appropriateness".
Any thing less than swift deliverance is a waste of resources.
Maybe they would pay attention to the proceedings if a little cleavage was showing
They even have matching luggage by Hefty.
YOU can certainly demand it. And those foxy women will comply. But "splainin' THAT CHARGE on your cc to your wife.....priceless.
Criminals run the show while innocent people are punished.
Another day in Obamaland. :)
Heh. Time for some real patriotic women to play flash the terrorist. I hope they turn the next hearing into a Girls Gone Wild event.
Damn...didn't think about that. Thanks........you probably just saved my life.
I'd make sure she'd gesture to the jihadist and say "bless their hearts".... "piss be unto allah".
Those defendants need to be taken off the back of a C-150 at about 35,000 feet and dropped off back home.
haha. where you were last thursday when i had a couple and today my wife says you know how many times last thursday you told me i was fat and i said...not enuf...cause here it is monday....
What's not funny, though, is the most beautiful sight in the USA.....going down the mountain heading east coming from Washington State into your home state of Idaho: Coeur d'Alene. Only GOD could have made a scene like that.
I agree with regard to women in the audience, presuming it is not forbidden by the judge as a courtroom distraction.
However, attorneys are supposed to represent their clients. I can't object to the defense attorney doing what her clients want in this case — it's her job.
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