Skip to comments.America-Hating Terrorist Lynne Stewart May Die In Prison. Good.
Posted on 07/16/2010 8:35:39 AM PDT by Michael van der Galien
Lynne Stewart is a terrorist and a traitor and ideally she should have received the death penalty.
That wasnt the way the pantywaist Clinton-appointed Judge John G. Koeltl saw it in 2006 when he sentenced the radical anti-American lawyer who became a willing participant in an Islamic terrorist plot to a mere 28 months in prison-a fraction of the 30-year term the government sought.
But things have changed. The septuagenarian Stewart has been resentenced, this time to a 10-year prison term. Its about bloody time.
Note that some blogger and media outlets have been describing Stewart, an avowed Maoist, as a terrorist sympathizer. While it is certainly true that Stewart sympathized with terrorists, such a description does not get to the heart of her misdeeds.
Stewart violated federal prison procedures for dangerous offenders such as her client and deliberately conveyed orders from the client to his murderous terrorist group in Egypt. In doing so she became a terrorist in her own right and back in the good old days would have been put to death, as her fellow traitors the Rosenbergs were.
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I hope she rots slowly and lingers for her whole sentence, just to die the day before her release. Traitorous bitch.
I’d rather she died falling through a scaffolding.
Please...post NO pictures, unless she has shaven her moustache...
The same can be said for virtually every member of the Obama administration.
Good! Then she can go F herself (as one of her own virgins).
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Guess who gave her money?
Obama’s boss, George Soros:
“According to records filed with the Internal Revenue Service, Soross foundation, the Open Society Institute, or OSI, gave $20,000 in September 2002 to the Lynne Stewart Defense Committee.
In filings with the IRS, foundation officials wrote that the purpose of the contribution was to conduct a public education campaign around the broad civil rights implications of Lynne Stewarts indictment.”
Obamallah will pardon her ...........for “humanitarian “ reasons, naturally..............
I’d go for a more cinematic ending.
In my scenario she’s like General Radek, the bad guy’s boss in “AirForce One” - she’ll be put in prison and her minions will kidnap the President’s family and demand her release and Glenn Close will say “nuh-uh we won’t let her go” but then Gary Oldman will shoot some hostages and Glenn Close will say “ok then we’ll let Lynne Stewart go” and Lynne Stewart will put on her uniform and walk out of the prison to the cheers of the other prisoners and the sound of her national anthem but then at the last moment the President rescues all the hostages and Lynne Stewart will be gunned down in the prison courtyard, her hand still grasping futilely at the doors of the helicopter that would have taken her to freedom.
Which would be a far better ending than she deserves. So yeah, maybe the scaffolding thing.
Neat trick!......How’d you do that?...........
Che Guevara in a dress. The biggest disappointment is that she didn’t come to the same end.
She will be pardoned, probably before her cleaning gets back from the prison laundry. Then she will be eligible for an appointment to the DOJ.
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I’m glad she is being sentenced to more time. I wish it had been more than 10 years though! Treason should’ve been the charge and we know what the sentance is for that one.
Glad to see that you’re still around. Best wishes...
There’s a recent example of exactly that in Scotland.
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