I find it pretty interesting that this guy, who admittedly is hardly an upright citizen, gets a year in jail for a probation violation that involves no more than making a movie and posting a trailer on YouTube. He may have violated a strict interpretation of his probation terms, but he did not commit another crime (except in the eyes of Hillary and the Mufti-in-Chief).
I constantly hear the wailing and moaning about the lack of jail space, about how dangerous criminals are released because there's nowhere to put them. If that's the case, why is this guy still in jail? Unless the Mufti wants to send a signal to his Muslim buddies that on his watch Sharia will be enforced.
posted on 11/26/2012 9:19:20 AM PST
(Zero, our Nero.)
Let this serve as a lesson to anyone who tries to exercise freedom of speech against Mohammed while Obama is in power
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