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Offline AbaraXas

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Where is the slack for Martin Richard, youngest victim of the jihad bombers? How about cutting some slack to his younger sister Jane, who has undergone no fewer than 11 operations on her left leg, which she lost below the knee? We demand slack for the hundreds of victims of the devout Muslims who blew up the Boston Marathon.

The ACLU is a dangerous and depraved organization whose mission by objective is to destroy these United States.

Huge props to the judge that booted the litigious jihad jackboots from weighing in on jihad Tsarnaev's trial.

    ACLU fights for Boston jihad mass murderer Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to be "cut some slack"
    (thanks to Robert Spencer)

    Has the ACLU ever seen a jihadist enemy of freedom that it didn't like? "ACLU booted from Dzhokhar Tsarnaev hearing," by Laurel J. Sweet for the Boston Herald, November 11 (thanks to Kenneth):

        The American Civil Liberties Union has been shut out of weighing in on accused Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s claims of hardship behind bars at a hearing tomorrow to address whether the alleged terrorist deserves to be cut some slack while he awaits trial....

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In documents filed last week, the ACLU stated it planned to fight for the accused 20-year-old terrorist’s right to access to his attorneys and information his lawyers claim is critical to defending him against a potential death sentence, calling it “no trifling matter” that in the ACLU’s view Tsarnaev’s Sixth Amendment right to a fair trial was being threatened by the conditions of his solitary confinement at the federal lockup at Fort Devens

If true - big if - this is simply wrong. Innocent until proven guilty. Not exactly rocket science here.

Sure, the kid is guilty as bleep, beyond all reasonable doubt. But the rule of law is paramount.
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"cut some slack"
Blown up children, people losing limbs....and they think he deserves some slack.  **nononono*

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