Saturday, June 07, 2008

In UK, defending jihadis more profitable than fighting them

A lawyer in Britain has made nearly £1million (nearly $2 million US) over the past 12 months defending jihadis in British courts.
A lawyer who represents high-profile terror suspects was paid nearly £1million in legal aid in just 12 months.

Official figures show that taxpayers have handed Mudassar Arani's firm £3.5million to defend extremist suspects over recent years.

The Ugandan-born solicitor tells Muslims never to talk to police and warns that those who speak out against Islamic terrorists 'are playing into the hands of the Government'.

Her clients include hate cleric Abu Hamza, dirty bomb plotter Dhiren Barot and three of the 21/7 attackers.
I'm sure British soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan would just love to hear about this.

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