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Mr. Osama Bin Laden - Representado por: Lcdo. Carlos Omar Coriano Torres
Your Honor and The Grand Jury, The Resourse of Allah, Mr. Osama Bin Laden, will Claim Himself Guilty,
Declaration of Faith exposed within [ Mohammed 's Sword ] The Quran.
* * * * * *Declaracion de fe mahometana subrayada con la espada
‘FIGHT IN THE WAY OF ALLAH THOSE WHO FIGHT YOU’
What follows are selected Koranic references to fighting and killing infidels.
- Baqara (2):190 – “And fight (qaatiloo) in the way of Allah those who fight you.”
- Baqara (2):193 – “Fight them (qaatiloohum), till there is no persecution and the religion is Allah’s”
- Baqara (2):244 – “So fight (qaatiloo) in the way of Allah, and know that Allah is all-hearing, all-knowing.”
- Nisaa’ (4):76 – “Those who are believers fight (yuqaatiloona) in the way of Allah, and the unbelievers fight in the idols’ way. So fight (qaatiloo) the friends of Satan; surely the guile of Satan is ever feeble.”
- al-Anfaal (8):39 – “Fight them (qaatiloohum), till there is no persecution and the religion is Allah’s entirely.”
- al-Taubah (9):12 – “But if they break their oaths after their covenant and thrust at your religion, then fight (qaatiloo) the leaders of unbelief.”
GEORGE W. BUSH and all The Presidents, in The Entire World, in their Language of Creed are
( Unbelievers also Leaders of Unbelief ).
* Covenant for World Peace.
- al-Taubah (9):29 – “Fight (qaatiloo) those who believe not in Allah and the Last Day and do not forbid what Allah and his messenger have forbidden — such men as practise not the religion of truth, being of those who have been given the Book — until they pay the tribute out of hand and have been humbled.”
- al-Taubah (9):123 – “O believers, fight (qaatiloo) the unbelievers (kuffaar) who are near to you, and let them find in you a harshness (ghilza).”
- Baqara (2):191 – “And slay them (aqtuloohum) wherever you come upon them”
- Baqara (2):191 – “But fight them not by the Holy Mosque until they should fight you there; then if they fight you, slay them (aqtuloohum) — such is the recompense of unbelievers.”
- Nisaa’ (4):89 – “then, if they turn their backs, take them, and slay them (aqtuloohum) wherever you find them”
- Nisaa’ (4):91 – “If they withdraw not from you, and offer you peace, and restrain their hands, take them, and slay them (aqtuloohum) wherever you come on them; against them we have given you a clear authority.”
- al-Taubah (9):5 – “Then when the sacred months are drawn away, slay (aqtuloo) the idolaters wherever you find them, and take them, and confine them, and lie in wait for them at every place of ambush.”
- Nisaa’ (4):74 – “So let them fight (yuqaatil) in the way of Allah who sell the present life for the world to come; and whosoever fights (yuqaatil) in the way of Allah and is slain, or conquers, we shall bring him a mighty wage.”
For My Client, The Resourse of Allah, is Still Covered and Justified, Under, The First Ammendment to The Constitution of The United States of America.
* Absolutely Innocent
*** The First Amendment ******** ( therefore protects even speech that calls for overthrow of the government or lawless action.)*******
For example, hecklers are generally not permitted to exert a “veto” over speech by creating a threat of violence and disorder;
****** the state ( The Congress of The United States of America ), is obligated to protect, Mr. Osama Bin Laden plus Allah's Army, also known as: The Alqaida Squad, not stop, for they all are, in a well recognized, Language of Creed or Religious Belief: Controversial Speakers; justified, under The First Ammendment to The Constitution of The United States of America.*******
******* Just a Remider as it is Written:
( The Congress protects, ***** abstracted Dogmas *****, of Religious Belief or Creed.. )
Emphasize: It's A Licence to Kill, Religion
Que Ala les Bendiga!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lcdo. Carlos Omar Coriano Torres
Religious Belief: N/A
*Please Read The News, Valid Information which Helps sustain an Argument and also Clear Reasoning, exposed in relation to a Sustainable Point of View; throughout a Thesis made on December 10, 2007.
Creed and The First Ammendment to The Constitution of The United States of America..
( The Congress protects, abstracted Dogmas, of Religious Belief or Creed.. )
Observen la Resolucion de este Juez, mas sin embargo, El Derecho de Admision, lo reservo yo, como Institucion; y esto al momento de ser matriculado, pues entrego un Reglamento y acuerdas estar bajo Mi Jurisdiccion. ( Si lo acordaste, fue porque, aceptaste el Precondicionamiento estipulado, no obstante, revelas el no estar de acuerdo e Intentas Imponer tu criterio independiente. )
A mi modesto entender, lo mas correcto es, trasladese a Una Escu
365.49 Hiding in the closet
I finished up jury duty yesterday (when this photo was taken). We got there at 2 PM 'cause the judge had some other stuff to do in the morning and we were done by 4:10 PM. I'm not so sure how I feel about things now that they're over. They went extremely fast considering it was a criminal case.
The douchebag ('scuse me) defendant was on trial for a DWI that happened nearly a full year ago. He got pulled over at 1:50 AM on a local highway for a broken taillight, and when the cop asked for his license, he smelled alcohol on his breath. The guy failed 3 out of the 4 sobriety tests, although he didn't really miserably fail. He refused a breathalyzer three times once he was taken in - the final breathalyzer being offered at 3:45 AM. He told the officer at the scene that he had two beers with dinner (mmhmm, and high schoolers don't drink underage), he wasn't driving erratically, and he was pretty cooperative.
Here's where things get a little fishy. We were on a 12 person jury for a DWI that happened nearly a year ago. This isn't something that normally happens for a first time incident. During the police officer who pulled him over's testimony, he was asked by the defense attorney if the defendant had been compliant in giving him his license and registration, and the police officer said, "Yeah...although I believe his license was suspended". Before he could take another breath, the DA had gotten up out of his chair and the judge told the court reporter to strike that from the record.
This is what I think happened: said douchebag has a bit of a drinking problem. He was driving at 2 AM after consuming way more than two beers with dinner to his girlfriend's house (I guess it's not cool to bed your g/f at mom's house - he was the kind of guy that looks like he still lives with mom even though he's in his 30's). While the officer was running radar, he noticed that not only did this guy's car have a broken taillight, but I'm sure something came up about his license being suspended. He used the broken taillight as an excuse to pull him over. Because the douchebag has played this game before, he knew better than to take a breathalyzer and have the incriminating evidence set against him. He instead refused and decided to take things to court. I'm assuming that over the year between when the incident occurred and when he was brought to trial, something happened that caused the judge to say that we couldn't know about his suspended license.
All of us jurors had assumed the above facts, but in respecting our law system and not taking into account all of our assumptions that we weren't allowed to have legal basis behind, we couldn't charge him absolutely with DWI. Instead we settled for DWAI (driving while ability impaired). It is a lesser charge and he probably deserved the DWI, but we're all hoping that in his sentencing, the judge will give him the max for DWAI (I'm not sure what that is, I have to look it up) and at least send him to some state-run alcohol program.
I'm a bit bothered that we couldn't charge him with what he probably was guilty of, but at the same time, I'm proud that we were able to follow the rules and instructions that we were given and trust that he would receive the proper punishment.
If you're still reading, haha, I'll tell you the reason for the picture now. After jury duty, my father and I drove out to the beach where we have some guests over that, well, I like/love them all, but I really don't know if I can live with them for too much longer.
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