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Will the USA resist Islamization? Agron Abdallahu gets a sweet deal in federal court.

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Submitted by Doc Tater (United States), Apr 3, 2008 at 08:44

I wrote this in October of 2007, since the writing on the wall was clear back then. The only thing that changed was that the judge gave Abdallahu 20 months in stead of 30 months in prison. We will be Islamized if we keep on giving trained killer jihadists a slap on the wrist when we catch them here.

Agron Abdullahu gets a sweet deal from the US Attorney's office. By Doc Tater 10-31-08.

News from New Jersey today, 10-31-07, has it that Agron Abdullahu gets to plead guilty to a lesser charge than the other defendants, conspiring to supply them with firearms and other weapons, which carries a maximum sentence of 5 years, by comparison to the other 5 suburban jihadists who face terrorism conspiracy charges that could earn them life in prison.

In other words, he faces the same maximum sentence you would face if you, as a law-abiding, tax-paying, flag-saluting, freedom-loving US Citizen went to a gun store, bought a gun and brought it home, and then gave it to another member of your family so they could protect themselves while you were working away from home, while having intended to do so from the beginning. Is Abdullahu's crime equivalent to the "crime" I just described for comparison?

This is an unbelievably sweet deal for this trained killer. It's not the first sweet deal he's gotten. Think about why he should be regarded as the most dangerous of the 6 Fort Dix terror plot defendants.

Abdullahu is an ethnic Albanian Muslim, who saw action in Kosovo as a sniper. He was trained in Egypt, and possibly elsewhere, as a specialist in small arms and other aspects of violent jihad. The phrase "sniper in Kosovo" should raise some eyebrows, as it signifies that he participated in a brutal ethnic cleansing operation that displaced or murdered the non-Muslim non-Albanian majority population of Kosovo so effectively that now Kosovo is dominated by the previously minority Albanian population. The mere fact that US and NATO forces backed that bloodbath in a moronic policy fiasco that the state department still defends to this very day does not make it any less of a brutal, bloody Islamist genocide, complete with all the punitive rape, torture, mutilation, desecrating houses of worship, brutalizing clergy, and crimes against children that are the hallmarks of Albanian Muslim warfare.

Back to Abdullahu: He was taken in by the US as a "refugee", even though his side was getting all the breaks over in Kosovo, and housed at Fort Dix in a "relocation and resettlement program" to help the allegedly beleaguered Albanians get a new start in the USA. While being maintained as a guest of the US government in Fort Dix, and getting instruction on how to get around effectively in the USA, he was kept under loose security and was able to make an extensive reconnaissance of the installation. His knowledge of Fort Dix and detailed observations of how personnel and material were moved around on the huge base formed the backbone of the operational plan for how that base was to be penetrated and attacked by him and the other terror plotters in his cell.

As the most experienced member of the Fort Dix Six, the only one who had seen armed conflict and who had killed other people, Abdullahu functioned as the group's tactics and weapons trainer, and was regarded by other members of the group as their mentor for violent jihad.

He obtained for their use a number of fully automatic Kalashnikovs, and other weapons, which he gave to them, and which they toted around across state lines under his direction, which would likely result in much more than 5 years in the clink for any white, male, Judeo-Christian American who had done the same thing.

We can only hope that he is cooperating so extensively with the US Attorney's office in the Fort Dix Six prosecution case, and possibly other cases, that the sweet deal he's getting is tolerable in the broader scheme of things. Personally, I think it stinks. I have to wonder about the skill of a US Attorney's office that can't get convictions in a case, without cutting any sweet deals, that should amount to six leisurely slam dunks in a row, all resulting in multiple long prison terms.

Agron "The Albanian Sniper" Abdullahu: it sounds like a professional fighter's name. Maybe he can make a name for himself in professional mixed martial arts fighting after his 30 months in the can are up, instead of hitting the street again to plot other terrorist attacks against non-believers and People of the Book. We should all be so lucky...

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