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No double standard!

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Submitted by Matt (United States), Mar 28, 2007 at 23:01

The American(non-muslim) went to trial, the jury was hung and a penalty was negotiated, the process of trial. The Muslim(illegal-immigrant) is going to trial just the same, there is no favorite, both are being prosecuted equally. There is no basis for a claim of double standard, even though one is illegal, he still gets the same trial, so in essence he is being treated the same as a born citizen. He is doing well, the illegal, getting the same rights as any American citizen.

CAIR,... I will never buy any argument of yours again. B.S. arguments. Learn to be equal.

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