Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Ali Bye-bye, Tough Calls for Las Vegas Odds

Score another fanatic Imam for the Gipper. Ali al-Timimi, a native U.S. citizen, was sentenced to life in prison. The Assistant U.S. Attorney said he's not allowed to solicit treason. He deserves every day he gets.

Ali al-Timimi had been convicted in April of soliciting others to levy war against the United States, and inducing others to use firearms in violation of federal law. If not confined to solitary imprisonment, the fanatic Ali al-Timimi will attempt to proselytize lazy elements to radical Islam. His own lawyers, however, must seek solitary confinement to assure Ali is not accidentally skewered by more patriotic inmates. Very tough call.

About 50 of his loyal supporters were in court for al-Timimi, ruining their future chances to perform either as anonymous terrorists or trustworthy Americans. There IQs, too, must be in serious question.

Currently, odds are Ali al-Timini will become a prison homicide victim: (2:1).
That he will commit suicide: (1:900).

Either way, taxpayers will be saved imprisonment expense and receive welcomed assurances that Ali does not become an inglorious martyr. Actually, he will probably be pardoned in 16 years, depending upon how the GWOT is going.

2 Comments:

At 18 July, 2005 11:14, Anonymous Jerkin Cheney said...

Let us make sure that he is placed in the 'general population' of any U.S. prison. There, he will be allowed to proselytize to his hearts content. I don't think he will be able to find any converts among the convicts. He may however be able to find many who are willing to prostratize him.

 
At 18 July, 2005 14:56, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's hope they do prostratize this role model for primitives.

 

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