Saturday, October 2, 2010
Breaking News - Ottawa, Canada - Terror suspect will hear bail decision on October 31st
An Ontario Superior Court judge will render his decision October 31st whether an Ottawa resident civil servant accused of enabling and financing international terrorism will be granted bail pending trial.
The accused is federal employee of 22 years Randall Shoemaker.
Shoemaker is accused of helping to finance racial terrorism against the people of Afghanistan, including women and children, by providing regular installments from his pay and by helping to cover up the thus financed and ideologically motivated war-like aggression.
He is believed to have associations with co-terrorists who also contribute to the financing and who conspire to maintain a reign of terror in Afghanistan by shielding others who manufacture and deliver the weapons, including helicopter machine guns and guided missiles used against civilian targets for the purpose of destabilizing that country's national politics.
The Crown's case against bail was strong but is subject to a non-publication ban. Before the ban was ordered the Crown presented some evidence that the accused also helped support an ideological and fanatical criminal regime in the Middle East which has illegally occupied an entire nation for decades under conditions in violation of the Geneva Conventions.
Ottawa Police chief Vernard Verywhite has called for all persons with information about any other members of this believed broad terrorist network to come forward. Verywhite said "It could be anyone, your neighbours, your employees, your parents, even your closest friends."
Investigators of CSIC Project Shitonthem were involved in the difficult and extensive undercover work that led to Shoemaker's arrest last month. CSIC believes that more similar plots are planned against other sovereign nations with brown people, including women and children, for many years to come if not uprooted soon.
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Blog reader Perig Gouanvic points out that CSIC project names are quite clever:
(Wikipedia) Shitonthem ('shee-tohon-dem', from the Syroaramaic roots çeiton = free and deim=people) is a putative Palestinian village which is considered by some as "the first casualty of the ethnic cleansing of Zionist armies in 1948"(1). A Canadian foreign policy program, Project Shitonthem, is named after this legendary site.
The existence of this village is controversial. Israeli archeologists contend that this site never existed, and that it would be illegal anyways to displace the Israeli golf course located on this site and that it would pose a health hazard due to the leaching of organic decomposition materials of unknown origins.
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