The Vancouver Sun reports: “Fort St. John man acquitted on four terrorism charges.”
Othman Hamdan, a Muslim “refugee,” was charged with making Facebook posts promoting ISIS, “calling [on] lone wolves to ‘activate’ across the U.S.”
However, the judge ruled that while the posts were “offensive, that did not mean that [Hamdan] was encouraging or inciting acts of murder, assault and mischief…” adding:
“Hamdan also told police at the time that he was ‘against killing innocent people,’ suggesting he didn’t have the necessary intent to incite a terrorist attack.”
When the cops pick you up, and you just say, No, I didn’t mean it — that’s enough for a judge?
Now here’s another court case from this week:
An Oshawa man was sentenced to five months is jail for writing “No more Muslims” graffiti at bus stops:
“Joseph Porco shows little insight into the harmful nature of his conduct, Ontario Court Justice Ferhan Javed said…”
(Yes, Javed is a Muslim judge.)
So a Muslim “refugee” made 85 Facebook posts glamourizing ISIS and praising the murders of two Canadian soldiers. But he was acquitted.
Then a Canadian citizen, who may be delusional, scrawls three words on a bus bench — not even a derogatory name, let alone a call to action or violence — but he’s thrown in jail by a Muslim judge for nearly half a year.
And all of this before M-103, the anti-Islamophobia motion is turned into law...
NEXT: Our favourite expert immigration lawyer Guidy Mamann explains how Trump's expanded travel ban will impact immigration in the U.S. and Canada.
THEN: Quebec broadcaster and Rebel contributor Eric Duhaime and I talk about the M-103 hearings, particularly the troubling remarks calling for censorship and prosecution, made by former CSIS and RCMP officer Michel Juneau-Katsuya.