-- hope, not despair;
-- love, not hate; (and)
-- life, not death.
So we ask: If (over six decades of occupation) obviously shatters lives, while charity builds them and charity feeds children, while occupation kills them, why is a charity organization - not occupation - paying the price."
Appealing for Justice
On October 19, 2010, attorneys submitted a 149-page brief, providing convincing evidence of wrongful convictions. Appellate issues raised include:
(1) Names of two prosecutorial witnesses were withheld from defense attorneys, including its key one - violating Fifth Amendment due process rights and Sixth Amendment right of a defendant to confront accusers.
(2) The district court allowed prejudicial hearsay evidence to be heard. One source admitted sending money to Hamas. He also defrauded his employer of $610,000 in a scam unrelated to HLF. Moreover, he cheated on his taxes and lied to the FBI. As part of a plea bargain, he agreed to lie again under oath - against innocent HLF principles.