Terrorism Funding Case Ends With Mistrial

Something is fishy about the way this trial ended. The verdict in the criminal case against several leaders of the Holy Land Foundation for funding Hamas was due to be read this morning. The foreman got up and announced that the jury had unanimously acquitted the men for most of the charges.

That’s when things got weird. When individually polled, three jurors claimed that the decision was not unanimous. The judge sent them back to the jury room to figure it out. An hour later, they reported back that no unanimous verdict was possible and the judge declared a mistrial.

So what’s going on here? The jury foreman says that things were unanimous when they voted the first time. What do you guys think?

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~ by Gabriel Malor on October 22, 2007.

3 Responses to “Terrorism Funding Case Ends With Mistrial”

  1. So is this where all your relatives comment and everyone else at Ace’s?

  2. Not much commenting going on over here. I haven’t actually told anyone about this site.

    I hadn’t blogged before Ace’s but I knew that I wanted to keep a record of my stuff where it was handy.

  3. I’m just joshin’ ya. 😛

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