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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

9 Replies to “Judge on the Zombie-Mohamed case explains himself.”

  1. All those years in the service didn’t do him any good did they? This idiot is simply trying to cover his ass. I don’t believe a word of it.

  2. I believe him. He clearly is saying that the victim caused the the assault because it upset the defendant.

    Again that is exactly the same thing as a woman being a victim of Islam because she didn’t dress in accordance with Islam and it is her own fault.

  3. Judge in ‘Zombie Muhammad’ case is relocated after threats, criticism of ruling

    Mechanicsburg District Judge Mark Martin and his staff temporarily relocated to the Cumberland County Courthouse in Carlisle today due to threats his office has received and public criticism of his ruling in the “Zombie Muhammad” case. The county courthouse will make it easier to provide extra security.

    For security reasons, Martin did not want to say how long he will be in the county courthouse, but noted his staff will be understanding to those impacted by the change. He said his office received more than 200 phone calls and emails from being criticizing his December ruling.

    In addition, some online posts suggested he should be executed, Martin said.

    Martin dismissed a harassment charge against 46-year-old Talaag Elbayomy, a Muslim accused of attacking Ernest Perce V, an atheist dressed as what he said was the “Zombie Muhammad” at a Halloween parade in Mechanicsburg last year.

    Perce claimed Elbayomy tried to take his “Muhammad of Islam” sign and choked him.

    Martin ruled there wasn’t enough evidence to convict Elbayomy. The decision received national attention after Perce posted an audio recording of the hearing on YouTube. The video depicts Martin saying he’s a Muslim as reason for him dismissing the charges.

    Martin said he’s a Lutheran — not a Muslim — and denied making the statement.

    District court staff posted signs at Martin’s office in the 500 block of North York Street in Mechanicsburg notifying people of the move.

    • I’m not sure he was paid. I think it could have been years of Muslim sensitivity training given to him by the freaking military that caused this while he was in Iraq. Seriously.

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