Thursday, October 22, 2009

Toledo: 3rd Muslim Terrorist Sentenced

Thankfully another terrorist plot by American Muslims, was stopped and the so called men convicted. Unfortunately though, as Muslim immigration increases we will be seeing more and more of these plots. Is this something that we want for our country? Of course not, please sign the end Muslim immigration petition. The future of our country is a stake.

October 21, 2009
Third man sentenced to 8 years, 4 months in Toledo terrorism case


A third Toledo-area man, Wassim Mazloum, was sentenced to eight years, four months in prison Wednesday night in U.S. District Court for his involvement in a plot to kill U.S. troops overseas.

Mazloum also was ordered deported after serving his prison term.

Earlier in the day, Marwan El-Hindi was sentenced to 12 years in prison, after the morning's 20-year sentencing of Mohammad Amawi.

All could have faced life in prison.

El-Hindi also was sentenced to an additional 1½ years in prison on an unrelated theft and fraud conviction in which he and another man conspired to take $40,000 from the government. His sentence carries a $20,000 fine.

In addition to their prison time, Judge James Carr ordered both Amawi and El-Hindi to undergo supervised release for the rest of their lives. El-Hindi and Amawi were both convicted June 13, 2008, of the same charges of two counts each of conspiring to kill or injure people in the Middle East — including U.S. troops serving in Iraq —and of providing material support and resources to terrorists overseas.

They also were found guilty on two counts of distributing information regarding explosives.

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