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It may backfire

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Submitted by Kepha Hor (United States), Mar 13, 2013 at 20:57

As I recall, the lawyers for the men who dragged Jamed Byrd to death in Texas wanted no blacks on the jury, and got it. However, the all-white jury still returned a guilty verdict and recommended the death penalty (which the judge handed down on two of the perps).

It may just be the case that a British jury devoid of Jews and Hindus could very well end up finding Abdullah al-Faisal guilty, too.

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