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The "ON WITH LEON SHOW" , AM radio 1450 Washington and 1010 Baltimore, will have a program on Trent Lott and the swamp this racist came from. Strongly recommended. Sunday, December 15, 1 to 3 pm.
Government faces Setback in Persecution of Imam Jamil

Atlanta: Sis. Karima, Br. Bilal, Sis. Motisola and a whole crowd of Muslims were in court [December 13] as Imam Jamil al-Amin was brought in for a hearing in which the defense is calling for a new trial. Good indications for the defense.

Earlier on December 6, the government suffered a setback and had to drop the federal case it wanted to institute against the Imam of America, Jamil al-Amin, who has spent his life fighting racism and oppression.

Imam Khalil Abdur Rahman writes from Greensboro, North Carolina: "Alhamdulillah. At this time, the United States government is unable to proceed any further in its continued harassment and persecution of Imam Jamil and there was no December 9 trial proceeding.

The unravelling of the prosecution's case came in the form of its inability to present credible evidence. Simply stated, the prosecution has no evidence. As the International Support Committee stated: "Federal and local law enforcement authorities made the unsubstantiated claim that Imam Jamil came out of a shed/shack and fired this rifle at US marshals when he was apprehended back on March 20, 2000.

"The U.S. government was put into the position of having to place upon the witness stand individual(s) who would have to make the characterizations that Imam Jamil was chased into the woods by marshals (after firing at them) and that there was 'an exchange of gunfire' that occurred between the Imam and these marshals. This the government was unable to/refused to do....."

The judge got the prosecution out of this jam by dismissing the case without prejudice.

2002-12-14 Sat 16:02ct