Kingston re-trial outcome

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On Tuesday 28th April 2009, the Kingston re-trial jury unanimously REFUSED to convict Waheed Ali, Mohammed Shakil and Sadeer Saleem, of helping to plot the 7/7 attacks, finding them not guilty. They have spent over two years in prison. Muad’Dib sent the 7/7 Ripple Effect DVD’s to the judge, laywers and jury (whom the judge had misled) of the first trial at Kingston, because they should never have been accused in the first place and had no case to answer. They should never have spent all that time in prison.

However, the following day, on Wednesday 29th April 2009, Waheed Ali and Mohammed Shakil were unjustly sentenced to seven years, for “planning to attend a terror training camp in Pakistan”. One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter. Looking at the atrocious acts of mass terrorism committed by the United States and Britain over the years, together murdering over a million people, it is difficult to see how armed forces from other nations who have spent time training in the USA or Britain, should not logically be accused of the same thing.

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