Monday, September 20, 2010

Sharia Police

It appears that the City of East Lansing is in the business of enforcing Shari law. (h/t Jihad Watch)

The East Lansing Police Department is seeking the publics help to find who is responsible for burning and desecrating a Koran. The incident happened on September 11. It was found at the front door of the Islamic Center of East Lansing.

The department is offering $10,000 for any information that would lead to the identification and prosecution of those responsible for this act.

Those with information are asked to call Det. Sherief Fadly at 517-319-6814.


Perhaps one should call Detective Fadly's supervisor, Lt. William Mitchell, (517) 319-6948, or email: wmitche@cityofeastlansing.com and ask him what crime was committed? Or call Chief Thomas Wilbert, (517) 319-6909, or email: twibert@cityofeastlansing.com

Perhaps they could review various Supreme Court decisions on flag burning and their protection by the First Amendment to the Constitution. I doubt Detective Fadly knows much about that given his Islamist leanings and loyalties. Since burning is protected speech, perhaps the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice would prosecute Detective Fadly for civil rights violations of 18 USC 242 Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law.

Let the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, Criminal Section know: (202) 514-3204
(202) 514-8336 - fax

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