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Reader comment on item: Amazon.com's Koran Desecration Problem

Submitted by Bernard Ross (Jamaica), May 29, 2005 at 11:05

There is no reason to assume that the complainant has not committed the act herself in order to further her political agenda. There is in fact a preponderance of evidence which shows that it is more likely that the "evidence" was fabricated by the complainant rather than committed by the accused. There has never been a prior event of this kind from Bellweather yet "Azza Basarudin, 30, is an Islamist affiliated at one time with the Islamic Institute of Human Rights, headed by Wissam Nasr. (Nasr now heads the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) office in New York.)". I believe that there has been an interference of the contractual relations, between Amazon and Bellweather, by MPAC and Basarudin, not to mention slander. Amazon should also be sued for damaging Bellweather by acting upon unproven conclusions to destroy Bellweather's name. A suit should be filed against all for damages.
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