May 24, 2006

MARY KATHARINE HAM contrasts the prosecution of North Carolina’s Jeep Jihadi versus that of the Duke lacrosse players: “Taheri-azar and the Duke lacrosse players were all technically innocent until proven guilty. In one case, public officials, the press, and the local community did their best to deny the accused that particular courtesy of American justice. Tellingly, it was not the case of the murderous thug who confessed to attempting to kill his classmates, in a fashion reminiscent of Mohammad Atta, just for being non-Muslims—and then detailed his plans and motivations in letters to a local paper.”

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