Subway Bomb Plot Conviction Is Upheld

, New York Law Journal

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A man convicted of plotting with al Qaida to commit coordinated suicide bombings in the New York City subway system has lost his argument that he was denied right to counsel and due process.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    So the poor little murderous jihadi got tricked by agents of the modern Western world? Well then, apparently the West is smarter and better than the backward Islamic world after all. Time for all medieval barbarians to give up their hopeless fight and assimilate to the ways of the superior culture they‘ve envied for so long. And it‘s time for Mr. Gottlieb to stop wasting taxpayer-provided court resources. The SCOTUS won‘t review this perfectly sound circuit decision, nor should it.

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