Hodjanernes Blog

23 august 2016

Nye tal: Kriminelle undgår udvisning efter ny kriminalitet

Hver fjerde udlænding med en betinget udvisningsdom begår ny kriminalitet.

Men kun de færreste udvises efterfølgende. Det viser opgørelse fra Rigsadvokaten.

DF og Konservative raser.

22 august 2016

FBI finder 14.900 yderligere Hillary emails

19 august 2016

Muslimer fra Marokko for retten på Corsica efter angreb på strand

16 august 2016

Anjem Choudary kendt skyldig i forbindelser til ISIS

The radical preacher Anjem Choudary faces up to ten years in jail for inviting support for so-called Islamic State (IS) after he and another man were convicted at the Old Bailey.

The judge warned them they had made their “disregard for the court abundantly plain”. The trial heard that Choudary, along with three other radicals, lent their names to an oath of allegiance to IS.

Paul Golding explains the conclusion of the Luton High Court drama!

Britain First has been forced to accept the High Court injunction banning us from certain areas of Luton.

A lot has happened behind the scenes over the last week and to explain what has happened party leader Paul Golding has produced an important video update.

11 august 2016

Arabiske klaner truer politiet i utallige byer i Tyskland

Berlin. Rainer Wendt: Wir haben arabische Parallelgesellschaften die sich gegenseitig abschotten.

29 juli 2016

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung løj

Münchens Statsadvokatur: Man går ikke ud fra en højreekstremistisk gerningsmand.

17 juli 2016

En typisk venstreorienteret professionel løgner

Left Wing Politician Julian Kinzel Faces Jail for Fake Neo-Nazi Knife Attack

A junior politician in the Left party who claimed to have been the victim of a homophobic, neo-Nazi knife attack faces up to three years in jail for lying.

Still, figures in Mr Kinzel’s party stood behind him, Dietmar Bartsch, head of the Left in the Bundestag, condemned the alleged knife attack “in the strongest terms”, and pledged that the party would never give up the fight against right-wing extremism.

Mere på Breitbart

16 juli 2016

Alle vestlige lande støtter demokraten Erdogan

Filed under: Demokrati, Dommere, EU, EURABIA, Jura, Politik, Tyrkiet, USA/Canada — Hodja @ 22:21

ERDOGAN

Erdogantilhængere dræber soldater ved lynching og halshugning.

15 juli 2016

Efter Nice

Nu snakker politikerne igen om nødvendigheden af at stå op mod terror, mens de udtrykker deres sorg over 84 nye myrdede i Nice.

Deres sorg kan de deponere et vist sted. Hvad vi trænger til er en Winston Churchill, der afstod fra at græde snot, men til gengæld gav morderne råt for usødet.Vi trænger til politikere, der

1) meddeler, at hvis beskyttelsen af danskerne kolliderer med “menneskerettighederne”, så et det menneskerettighederne, der må vige. Og vil domstolene ikke forstå det, må vi gå over til at vælge dommerne ved almindelige valg;
2) standser importen af muhammedanere;
3) lukker moskeerne;
4) gør det klart, at enhver, der har haft kendskab til en planlagt terrorhandling og ikke har fortalt myndighederne om det, mister sit opholdsgrundlag eller statsborgerskab og bliver buret inde, indtil han eller hun kan udvises. Og kan de ikke udvises, må de indstille sig på at tilbringe resten af livet i fængsler eller lejre.

Hvad punkt 4 angår, spurgte jeg en tidligere dansk imam, om der ikke var mennesker i det muhammedanske miljø, som var på det rene med, hvad Bas … Børge Hansen syslede med, inden han prøvede at skyde mig. Selvfølgelig var det det, svarede han.

Lars Hedegaard

USA: Efter Servergate er retssamfundet en vittighed

“Laws are just words on a page to be rewritten by and for powerful people.”

Comey’s rationale for not referring the Clinton case for prosecution defied all logic and, according to former assistant US Attorney Andy McCarthy, represented an on-the-spot revision of federal law. McCarthy wrote:

 “There is no way of getting around this: According to Director James Comey (disclosure: a former colleague and longtime friend of mine), Hillary Clinton checked every box required for a felony violation of Section 793(f) of the federal penal code (Title 18): With lawful access to highly classified information she acted with gross negligence in removing and causing it to be removed it from its proper place of custody, and she transmitted it and caused it to be transmitted to others not authorized to have it, in patent violation of her trust. Director Comey even conceded that former Secretary Clinton was ‘extremely careless’ and strongly suggested that her recklessness very likely led to communications (her own and those she corresponded with) being intercepted by foreign intelligence services.”

Yes, she did all of things and more. According to Director Comey, Hillary’s saving grace was her supposed lack of intent to break the law. She didn’t mean to do what she did, you see. There are two responses to this. First, yes there was her intention. Hillary Clinton didn’t set up her illegal email server by accident. She didn’t use it for all of her correspondence by chance. She didn’t wipe the server by bumbling error, an issue I noticed Comey did not even address. But the second response is even more important: intent is not the legal standard; negligence is. Even his whitewash investigation found that she and her staff were “extremely careless” with classified information. Carelessness is a synonym for negligence.

So Hillary will skate. Director Comey dished out the only punishment she will likely ever face—a stern talking-to. Start printing invitations for the Inaugural Ball—Hillary’s going to be our next president!

As I sat listening to Comey’s remarks, my mind wandered to President Gerald Ford, who inherited the office after the Watergate scandal. At his August 1974 inauguration, Ford tried to assuage the public’s anger with assurances that justice had been done. “My fellow Americans,” said the newly minted president, “our long national nightmare is over. Our Constitution works; our great Republic is a government of laws and not of men.”

[…]

Richard Nixon was not charged with anything and he was in fact pardoned. It should be noted here that at least Nixon paid some price: the not insignificant loss of his elected office. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, is on the fast track to becoming the next president. That’s the difference.

Three years after Nixon resigned he sat for a series of interviews with David Frost, a British journalist and television host. Perhaps the most memorable quote came when Nixon said “I’m saying that when the president does it that means that it’s not illegal.” People were rightfully shocked.

Nixon’s governing philosophy, so in-eloquently blurted out on national television, is probably more common among powerful people than we’d like to believe. Though Hillary Clinton has never said those exact words, she conducts herself as if she believes them.

[…]

Once you understand that laws are just a lot of useless paper, all of our endless squabbling seems pretty silly. What’s the point of learned men standing around in a courtroom arguing the finer points of the law when in the end it means whatever the judge decides it means? It’s not good enough to have the law on your side. That’s actually quite irrelevant. You have to have the judges on your side.

[…]

Who cares what the law actually says? Let’s determine what Congress meant, rather than what was debated and voted on.

These people are just making it up as they go along. They decide the hot button issues of the day according to their preferences then go in search of a justification. No justification is too lame because they’re the supremes and we’re not.

This is the way we do things in America these days. The law isn’t really the law. Powerful people do whatever the heck they feel like doing and if the law gets in their way it is magically rewritten on the spot. Sometimes it’s the FBI director who decides to change the plain meaning of a statute. Sometimes it’s a judge. It can be the president, or even on occasion, a backroom bureaucrat. Beneath the tissue-thin pretense of an orderly, principled system, it’s actually just a naked power struggle—and we’re losing.

Benny Huang på Freedom Daily via No Pasaran

13 juli 2016

Pind efter skyderi: Jeg vil ikke acceptere disse tilstande

Regeringen vil skærpe straffen for handlinger som den, hvor en fængselsbetjent tirsdag aften blev skudt i benet foran Nyborg Fængsel.

Her lægger partierne op til skærpede straffe for overgreb mod personer i offentlig tjeneste. Der skal lægges en tredjedel oven i straffen.

Det lover justitsminister Søren Pind (V) natten til onsdag i et opslag på Facebook.

Fratagelse af statsborgerskab? Udvisning?

 

10 juli 2016

Marineofficer forlanger samme behandling som Hillary

Filed under: Dommere, Hillary Clinton, Jura, Kriminalitet, Politik, USA/Canada — Hodja @ 14:37

A U.S. Marine officer facing involuntary discharge for improperly handling classified information is hoping to receive the same lenient treatment the FBI recommended for former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.

Maj. Jason Brezler has been embroiled in a legal battle since December 2014. Brezler is facing an involuntary discharge from the service after he admitted sending classified information to an unclassified email address in 2012. He was trying to warn fellow Marines about a corrupt police chief in Afghanistan. Several weeks later, a deputy of that police chief killed three Marines in a rifle attack.

An internal review in 2013 recommended that Brezler be removed from the service for possessing classified material, a decision that remains under appeal.

Mere her

8 juli 2016

Tysk ægtepar dømt for indvandringskritik

The couple, who live in the German town of Vierkirchen, stood accused of inciting hatred toward migrants via the Facebook group that the pair had created called the “Anti-refugee movement” (AFB).

The group is said, by the court, to have been a clear incitement against migrants and as a result both 27-year-old Peter M. and his 26-year-old wife Melanie M. were found guilty of hate speech, Merkur reports.

The statements on the Facebook group did not seem to contain anything overtly nationalistic or Nazi-inspired, but rather expressed deep concern about the situation in Germany relating to mass migration.

According to the court, the page, which has been taken down, in its first post stated:

“The war and economic refugees are flooding our country. They bring terror, fear, sorrow. They rape our women and put our children at risk,”

which along with a German flag as the groups profile photo, was enough to bring the couple to court for hate speech.

After sentencing Peter M. to a nine month suspended prison sentence and his wife to a fine of €1,200 the judge said: “I hope you understand the seriousness of the situation. If you sit in front of me again, you will end up in jail.”

Mere på Breitbart

En medarbejder på Tysklands mest prestigefyldte hospital Charite i Berlin hænges ud i medierne for sine politiske meninger:

3 juli 2016

All clues say that Crooked Hillary Clinton will NOT be indicted-judge Jeanine Pirro

2 juli 2016

Det japanske retssystem: Overvågning af muslimer er nødvendigt og uundgåeligt

Japan’s Supreme Court has upheld the government’s blanket surveillance of the country’s Muslim community.

The court struck down the second appeal by Japanese Muslim plaintiffs against what they perceive as an unconstitutional invasion of their privacy and freedom of religion.

A 2010 leak of 114 police files revealed nationwide surveillance of Japanese Muslims. The files revealed that Muslim places of worship, halal restaurants and Islam-related organisations across the capital, Tokyo, were being monitored.

1 juli 2016

FPÖ får ret i sine anklager: Østrigs præsidentvalg annulleres

Filed under: Østrig, Demokrati, Dommere, EU, Europa, Evidens, FPÖ, Højrefløjen, Jura, Kriminalitet, Politik — Hodja @ 16:32

Korrespondent om omvalg i Østrig: En kæmpe falliterklæring

30 juni 2016

Ingen udvisning! En af dem har en udvisningsdom i forvejen! Flere er udenlandske statsborgere!

Retten i Viborg har torsdag fundet fem mænd skyldige i et brutalt røveri i Skals i maj 2015. De er desuden fundet skyldige i grov vold.

Retten har afgjort, at det var et egentligt hjemmerøveri, da fem mænd trængte ind på mandens landejendom og udsatte ham for grov vold, oplyser anklagemyndigheden ved Midt- og Vestjyllands Politi. På sygehuset viste en CT-skanning, at slaget havde givet ham en hjerneblødning, der kunne have kostet ham livet.

Mens den 63-årige lå blødende på gårdspladsen, trængte de fem, flere af dem maskerede, ind i den 63-åriges ejendom, hvor de blandt andet stjal et våbenskab med to jagtgeværer og en jagtriffel med tilhørende ammunition.

Mere på TV-Midt-Vest

De fem unge i alderen 16 til 22 år har ifølge anklageskriftet på kryds og tværs været involveret i flere hjemmerøverier, omfattende databedragerier med stjålne dankort, rambuktyveri, tyveri af biler og afbrænding af en bil i Undallslund Skov vest for Viborg samt anden kriminel aktivitet af mindre alvorligt omfang.

De fire unge er udenlandske statsborgere og har alle fået en betinget udvisning af Danmark oveni fængselsstraffen. Tre er afghanske statsborgere, mens en er fra Somalia.

Den 22-årige Sherzad Jabarkheil straffes med fængsel i otte år. Trods sin unge alder er han dømt flere gange før. Abdullahi Dahir Aden og Siyar Rayeq, begge 21 år, er idømt fængsel i henholdsvis seks år og fire år og seks måneder. Nawid Sediq på 20 år, har fået fængsel i fire år.

En af gerningsmændene har en betinget udvisning i forvejen. Der var 6 nævningestemmer for udvisning og 6 imod.

 

17 juni 2016

Prisen for en dansk teenagers liv

Fredag formiddag kom afgørelsen i Retten i Hillerød.

Den 17-årige Abdiqani Ismael skal otte år i fængsel for manddrabet på Mads Skjoldsøge i november 2015. Her stak han handelsskoleeleven i hjertet med en 7,7 centimeter lang foldekniv. Drabet fandt sted to dage efter en konflikt mellem de to på gågaden i Hillerød.

“Det er en skærpende omstændighed, at der er foregået en planlægning.”

Mere på BT

Skærpende? Hvad havde han fået uden skærpende omstændigheder? Hvor længe kommer han til at afsone?

16 juni 2016

Osama bin Ladens livvagt bor i Bochum Tyskland og kan ikke udvises

Der Tunesier Sami A. soll einer der Leibwächter des verstorbenen Terrorpaten Osama bin Laden gewesen sein trotzdem lebt er seit Jahren unbehelligt in Deutschland.

Die Stadt Bochum wollte ihn bereits mehrfach in seine Heimat zurückschicken, doch der 39- Jährige hat gegen seine Abschiebung geklagt und nun Recht bekommen. Das Verwaltungsgericht in Gelsenkirchen entschied am Mittwoch, dass er nicht abgeschoben werden darf.

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