Man accused of driving at Christian protesters accepts plea, gets probation

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Fjordman, Jihad Watch, the ROP 

From Advisor and Source:

By Joe Slezak

Attorney Christopher Andreoff (left) and Mike Mohamad Agemy listen during a preliminary examination of the evidence against Agemy on Monday before 19th District Judge Mark Somers. Photo by Joe Slezak

DEARBORN — Mike Mohamad Agemy, who drove his SUV at a group of Christian demonstrators in front of the Islamic Center of America on June 17, won’t be headed to trial.

Instead, he chose to enter a no-contest plea to two lesser charges during a preliminary examination of the evidence against him Monday before 19th District Judge Mark Somers.

It was a continuation of the hearing that started Aug. 3 and included two witnesses from the “Bible Believers,” who were protesting in front of the mosque, 19500 Ford Road.

Had Agemy not agreed ahead of time to accept the plea, seven “Bible Believers” would have been flown in from the Western U.S. for Monday’s hearing. The two who testified Aug. 3 are from New Mexico.

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