If you were tortured and stuck in solitary confinement for two years, rarely seeing daylight, without any of the normal legal due process and rights of habeas corpus, you might do anything you could to get out of the situation.
You might cop any plea deal the state offers you despite being completely innocent.
Only terrorist states like Israel, the USA, and now Canada have to torture confessions out of people. Psychological torture is used because it leaves no visible marks, yet destroys a person’s mind until they can be
made to believe anything.
Propaganda for Isr-el’s War on Terror
Even the police themselves say that the whole thing was under RCMP control the whole time, and that Canada was never in any danger.
The whole thing was stage-managed for propaganda purposes, and the arrests were timed just before Canada’s draconian security legislation was under review – which no one, not even “Taliban Jack” Layton protested.
Legislation that locked up and tortured innocent men in Canada.
Legislation that is meant to be used against political dissidents.
What is wrong with the brains of Canadians, that they are so easily fooled?
The media surely plays a leading role in the depravity of the average Canadian, who begs the thug government to protect them… sort of like a chicken asking for protection at a fox’s lair.
A media that rarely asks questions, that is owned by those that are terrified that the people will wake up to what they are doing to us.
Watch this government “terror” video, as 120 bags of ammonium nitrate magically become a ton.
Perhaps most Canadians’ perception of Zakaria Amara and the rest of the Toronto 18 alleged Muslim extremist terrorist cell is that a terrifying plot was averted, that he deserved it and that their confessions seal their guilt.
In regards to Zakaria… I’m not sure how many people had the actual intent to carry out a bombing, but the point is that the government were hardly neutral observers in this case. They directly facilitated these actions, creating a problem and then reacting to it. The Criminal Code requires the guilty mind, and the guilty act in order to be found guilty of something. Anti-terror legislation removes the guilty act, or Actus Reus, and can criminalize the simple thought of wrong-doing. It seems they are willing to provoke crime in order to test this new law out.
– from Unfair Dealings Youtube Channel
What a joke of a case
Amara was the “second ringleader”, after Qayyum Abdul Jamal.
I thought the oldest member of the Toronto 18, 43 year old Qayyum Jamal was the ‘ringleader’ for the group, according to police reports. This ringleader was so nasty he had all of his charges stayed and was released from custody in 2008, a free man. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qayyum_Abdul_Jamal
Now we’re supposed to believe police when they tell us that the REAL ringleader, who was 20 years old at the time of his arrest, is Zakaria Amara; a teenager was the brains behind a plan to behead the Prime Minister with their only weapon; a single 9 mm handgun.
Idiotic, yet genius at the same time.
The RCMP members of the group goaded and facilitated the group’s “terrorist activities” but Zionists want us to think that we are under Muslim attack.
The Zionist press of course tells us that we need to be doing more against the Muslims, when the real enemy is the globalist/isr-eli connected gangsters.
This has the added bonus of creating the perception in the minds of media-deluded Canadians that “Muslim terrorists” are coddled in Canada, as opposed to the real menace that we know comes from the same group that pushed the unconstitutional ‘anti-terror’ legislation on us.
A young agricultural engineer became a mole for Canadian authorities during a sophisticated sting operation earlier this year because he wanted to help prevent a civilian calamity, the CBC program The Fifth Estate has learned.
The engineer, from a wealthy and prominent Toronto family of Egyptian background, is now in a witness protection program. He can’t be named out of concern for the safety of his immediate family.
I won’t even go into Mubain Shaikh, the crack-cocaine addicted RCMP informer who helped guide the group.
The RCMP video and the statement of facts might fool a lot of people, but we don’t trust convictions obtained under torture in North Korea, why should we believe the government in this case?
If the government was being truthful, they wouldn’t have hidden everything about this case from the public.
PMK 160? Man cops are dumb, they can’t even get the name right, of the MK160 remote control board.
The way it works, is when the display lights up for an incoming call, the unit detects the light and activates.
This is not proof, because the principles of justice were thrown out the window for this case
Canada’s Zionist occupied, terrorist state and it’s corrupt and hated thug agencies like the RCMP and CSIS cannot be trusted.
Canadians are being victimized just as the Muslims are, by a criminal scam orchestrated by foreign powers.
Confessions obtained under torture are not legitimate, and the remaining suspects should be freed immediately, and those that orchestrated the timing of the arrests with the anti-liberty legislation the government rammed through should be arrested.
Zakaria Amara’s Speech
Source: Zakaria Amara – 13-jun-08
In the Name of Allah the Most Merciful the Most Compassionate
Bismillahir Rahman Nir raheem
Two years have passed since my arrest. When I was taken to Maplehurst I was held in the custody of the Institutional Crisis Intervention Team. Whenever I was moved from place to place, they would force me to run with my hands and legs shacked while my back was bent at 90 degrees forward.
When I was first brought to cell 1 unit 1K, I was slammed face first on the floor, a huge shield was then pressed against my back while a guard smeared my face with his boots because I dared lift my head
Whenever I was moved out of my cell, I was required to slide my hands through the hatch of the door, before it was opened in order to be hand cuffed. To do this I had to kneel on both knees. Many times when I put my hands through the hatch, the guards would forcefully pull my wrists so that my forehead would slam against the metal door.
Whenever the guards came in to collect the garbage they would often apply wrestling manoeuvres on me for the purpose of entertaining themselves. They would sometimes apply pressure on sensitive areas such as my temple and fingers. One day when I came back from court, a guard twisted my hands above my head forcing me to skip on one foot back to my cell.
Since then I have languished in solitary confinement, where for the first year on a daily basis, I spent 23 hours and 40 minutes in a cell no bigger than an apartment’s washroom.
The 23 hours and 40 minutes became a complete 24 hours when I was transferred to the Don Jail. Since then, I have seen the sun less than 10 times and have gone to the exercise yard less than 30 times.
My health, psychologically and physically is deteriorating. I was planning to testify at my trial but now I am not even sure if I will be mentally capable of doing so by the time it comes around, if it ever does.
As for the state of this so called Judicial Process, then I must admit I was naïve. I came in two years ago with the expectation of transparency only to be confronted with section 38, complete denial of CSIS disclosure, censorship of vital information in the so-called RCMP disclosure, and the concealing of state agents identities which by law must be revealed as opposed to informants whose identities are protected.
To expect the accused to mount an adequate defence in the face of such barriers, in a case which is political and state entrapment is a live issue, is to expect a frail old man to defend himself with his hands tied behind and eyes blindfolded, against a professional boxer.
I am not being subjective. I realize that all government agencies have secrets that must be protected. However, authorities have in the past used ‘ National Security’ to cover up their dirty work, exculpatory evidence and embarrassing facts. The Maher Arar case is a classic example.
Last year, I was denied the freedom to mix with the other human beings due to the dreamed up danger that I could somehow pose or communicate from within a six-cell block, monitored physically by correctional officers as well as virtually by closed circuit cameras, within a maximum security prison.
During about the same time, I conceded committal to trial for the exchange of having the opportunity to cross-examine a list of witnesses agreed upon by the crown. Both parties signed this agreement yet somehow, we are to believe, there was some alleged ambiguity that allowed the crown to file a direct indictment and effectively breach its undertaking. Now I am in a difficult position of having to cross-examine the main witness in my case, for the first time, at trial.
The unfair manoeuvre has also effectively robbed me of the ability to discover my case, which is a fundamental necessity for developing my defence. This is not an alleged bank robbery or a drug bust. The stakes for the government and the authorities are high thus making the potential for corruption and malice equally high if not higher.
During the adult preliminary, Mr. Bond used to monitor our eye blinks in the prisoner box to ensure that we were not violating the communication ban. While he was busy doing that, his star witness Mubin Shiekh was slaughtering the publication ban on National and international airwaves.
The crown held and is still holding the accused on various charges based on the desire to exaggerate this case and in order to hamper their bail chances and not on the merits of evidence.
These are only some of the main issues that I have. They may very well be supported by law, but at the end of the day, they remain unfair to any mind endowed with the faculty of reason and understanding. As St. Augustine said “An unjust law is no law at all”.
I never asked anyone to believe that I was innocent. All I ever asked for was a chance to prove it. After two years, I have come to realize that even this simple request is too much to expect from this process.
In conclusion, to continue to respect such a process is an insult to my dignity, the very little intellect that I have and my faith.
I will God willing, continue to defend myself through my lawyers, and I will continue to obey orders made by the court with the exception of the order to show it respect since I can’t be expected to give what I no longer have. This, in effect, means that I will no longer stand up for any judge as he/she enters and leaves the courtroom.
Based of the rhythm of the past two years, I have extrapolated the tune of the coming two years, and I’m not willing to be the fool that dances to it.
God willing, the complete and undistorted truth about the ‘ Toronto18′ will one day surface.
Accused in Toronto18 case