Big Week for Justice Department Vigilantes
Police state America nabs three more innocent Muslims.
by Stephen Lendman
Call it three-bagger injustice. Three "bad guys" in one week include one wrongfully arrested, another forced to plead guilty though innocent, and a third convicted without having committed a crime.
In America, criminal justice works that way more times than not. It's especially true when targeting Washington's enemy of choice. When Department of Justice (DOJ) vigilantes choose victims, innocence is no defense. Guilt by accusation is policy.
Post-9/11, praying to the wrong God was criminalized. Doing so violates inviolable First Amendment rights. War on terror priorities take precedence.
So do hate, institutionalized racism, and rage to fill homeland gulag beds. America's prison/industrial complex demands it. DOJ vigilantes have to prove they're protecting us. Media scoundrels cheerlead all false arrests, convictions, and incarcerations. Justice isn't part of their vocabulary.
On October 18, DOJ's Minneapolis Division headlined "Federal Jury Convicts Minneapolis Man of Supporting Foreign Terrorists," saying: