Victory! UC Muslim students found Guilty of Disturbing Israel Amb. Oren Speech

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UCMuslim Student Defendents in Orange County Trial

The Orange County (CA) Register photo

Victory at last against Muslim intimidation of free speech on college campuses. The so-called UC Irvine Ten, who disrupted the speech on February 8, 2010 of Israeli Ambassador to the US, Hon. Michael B. Oren, were found guilty in a Santa Ana, California Superior Court trial. This was the culmination of a grand jury investigation into the incident at the UC Irvine campus instigated by student members of the UC Irvine Muslim Student Union and the UC Riverside Muslim student association. Both groups are Muslim Brotherhood fronts in America.

The controversial trial was brought in February, 2011 by Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas despite threats of intimidation by CAIR and other Muslim Brotherhood groups that the students’ free speech rights were violated. We had posted on the trial background and developments, here.

The Orange County Register noted the jury’s decision, the prosecutors and defense attorneys’ reactions after the verdict was reached yesterday. The sentencing phase at a hearing today in the Santa Ana courtroom of Judge Wilson will determine whether students will be sentenced to serve up to six months for the misdemeanor.

A jury Thursday found 10 Muslim university students guilty of disrupting a speech by an Israeli diplomat at UC Irvine last year, in a case that focused on free speech.

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2 Replies to “Victory! UC Muslim students found Guilty of Disturbing Israel Amb. Oren Speech”

  1. I just got a good enough connection to read the rest of the article, they should have been fined to high heaven and spent several months in jail, this sentence will make them think that we are afraid of them and are afraid to punish them.

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