Friday, April 01, 2005

TRAITOR UPDATE

Remember Sgt. Hasan Akbar (born Mark Fidel Kools) of the 101st Airborne Division's 326th Engineer Battalion who allegedly fragged Capt. Christopher Seifert, 27, and Air Force Maj. Gregory Stone, 40, killing them and injuring 14 other soldiers? Sgt. Akbar, 33, is accused of stealing grenades from a Humvee and using them and a firearm in a March 2003 attack against the United States that had been paying his ass under his oath of loyalty. Akbar's pretrial hearing was scheduled for Wednesday, but two hours before it was to begin, Akbar fought with one of his military guards and both received injuries requiring medical attention, according to the Army. His hearing was postponed to Friday. Read more in WKYT 27 NEWS. Akbar demonstrated that he is exactly a thug with no more than the bankrupt convictions of his extremist brethren. Despite every opportunity to leave the military, disavow his oath of loyalty to his country or declare conscientious objector status, Akbar collected his pay as an imbedded, malcontent, radical. He murdered 2 honorable officers of the United States and deserves to be fried for 4 minutes in his own fat at 1200 degrees.
DISCLAIMER: Everyone in our great country is considered innocent until PROVEN guilty, which is almost impossible given the most empowered defense LAWYERS in the entire world. Akbar's lawyers plan to use an insanity-diminished capacity defense in his trial. Allah willing, Akbar will, will remain awake and sane for his court martial and prevail against any erroneous allegations that he was actually sane or awake when he committed his attack, Las Vegas odds notwithstanding.

1 Comments:

At 05 April, 2005 00:22, Blogger bothenook said...

man, i hope they send that bastard to whatever the equivalent of portsmith naval prison is. and let his ass out in the general population. for a military offender, what he did ranks up there with child abuse and rape in the civilian world. wonder how long he'd last?

 

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