Aug 19 2005

Why Law Enforcement Is Not The Answer

Published by at 8:13 am under All General Discussions

This news on the conviction of an enabler for the 9-11 attack is why law enforcement will never work against the terrorists – they see it as a weak response. It simply emboldens them.

A Moroccan man accused of helping the Sept. 11 hijackers was convicted Friday of membership in a terrorist organization but was acquitted of direct involvement in the attacks on the United States.

After a yearlong retrial, the Hamburg state court sentenced Mounir el Motassadeq to seven years in prison for membership in the al-Qaida cell that included suicide pilots Mohamed Atta, Marwan al-Shehhi and Ziad Jarrah.

However, it acquitted him of more than 3,000 counts of accessory to murder, ruling the evidence did not show the 31-year-old was specifically involved in the Sept. 11 plot.

El Motassadeq, a slight, bearded man, watched calmly as presiding Judge Ernst-Rainer Schudt announced the verdict. The judge also criticized U.S. authorities’ failure to give more evidence in the case.

Schudt said el Motassadeq became part of the Hamburg cell in 1999, before its leading members traveled to Afghanistan and were recruited for the al-Qaida attacks on the U.S.

The court found “indications that el Motassadeq was not initiated in all the details,” Schudt said. “Our impression is that the defendant is too soft for such a task.”

The only ones ‘too soft’ are left leaning judges who reach out with their feelings and do not use their cold hard logic. Here is some background on Motassedeq

The 9/11 Commission Report states that “[a] witness has recalled Motassadeq saying that he would kill his entire family if his religious beliefs demanded it. One of Motassadeq’s roommates recalls him referring to Hitler as a ‘good man’ and organizing film sessions that included speeches by Bin Ladin.”

On May 22, 2000, Motassadeq flew to Istanbul, and from there to an al-Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan. He soon returned. When the four 9/11 leader went from Germany to Afghanistan to train, Motassadeq remained in Germany and helped keep their affairs in order while they were gone. He assisted in financial and family matters, and helped keep their travels quiet. German police were able to wiretap Motassadeq, but apparently did not discover any incriminating information.

There’s more – lots more. Also follow the link to the Hamburg Cell. This guy is laughing at the west. He will be out and ready to attack us again before my youngest are out of high school. If the judge had given this cretin one month for every life he did not save by speaking out, by turning these murderers in, this terrorist supporter would have been in jail for 3,000/12 = 250 years. Isn’t it reasonable for him to serve one month for every person he did not save from a horrible death?

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