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  • Judges Cave to CAIR

    08/06/2019 10:35:31 AM PDT · by detective · 13 replies
    Front Page ^ | August 6, 2019 | Lloyd Billingsley
    In 2006, federal judge Garland E. Burrell sentenced Hamid Hayat of Lodi, California, to 24 years in prison for, as the U.S. Department of Justice explained, “a series of terrorism charges related to his 2003/2004 attendance at a jihadi training camp in Pakistan and his 2005 return to the United States with the intent to wage violent jihad.” As prosecutors charged, the man with “a jihadi heart and a jihadi mind” intended to target hospitals, banks and grocery stores. Hayat boasted about giving money to Sipah-e-Sahaba, a group that Pakistan declared a terrorist organization. The case was one the first...
  • How an 8-year-old's first touchdown resulted in a $500 fine, coach suspension

    10/26/2014 9:03:23 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 125 replies
    Post Standard, Syracuse NY ^ | October 26, 2014 at 11:02 AM | By Allie Healy
    Elijah Burrell did what he was taught to do if he intercepted the football -- score a touchdown. But the 8-year-old's pick-six play wasn't much to celebrate after the team was fined $500 for violating the Gwinnett Football League's mercy rule... the Lawrenceville Black Knights were winning against their opponents, 32-0, in the fourth quarter. Burrell then intercepted a pass and went through with the touchdown, failing to comply with the league's mercy rule. That six-point score caused the Georgia-based team to surpass the 33-point rule, which earned the coach a week-long suspension and the team a $500 fine.
  • Big Joe Burrell dies

    02/02/2005 3:37:10 PM PST · by JimVT · 6 replies · 946+ views
    WCAXTV ^ | 02/02/05 | Jimvt
    Big Joe Burrell died today at the Medical Center Hospital of VT
  • MARK STEYN: What the butler saw

    11/08/2002 5:18:47 PM PST · by MadIvan · 32 replies · 208+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | November 9, 2002 | Mark Steyn
    Exclusive! The butler everyone's talking about opens his heart to the Telegraph! My story by Paul Burble, the last butler to the Conservative Party in those final desperate months before it cracked up, threw away its seat belt and flipped over. I, Paul Burble, entered the service of the Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith at the time he became leader of the Conservative Party and I remained by his side all the way to the bitter end, four days later. Sobbing in a dignified manner, I stood vigil over the coffin, with which Central Office thoughtfully provides each incoming leader....