Saturday, October 21, 2017

US: Underpants bomber complains about life inside a Supermax prison.

(Florence) On Christmas Day in 2009, Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab  tried to blow up an international flight -- with a bomb sewn into his underwear -- bound from Amsterdam to Detroit on behalf of al Qaeda,. He had called his attempt part of his “religious duty” as a Muslim to wage jihad against the United States. Thankfully the bomb failed and the only injured party was underpants man who suffered burns to his body.

His trial took place during February  2012, and at the end of it Judge Nancy Edmunds of Federal District Court in Detroit sentenced Abdulmutallab to four consecutive life sentences plus 50 years to be spent at United States Penitentiary-AdministrativeMaximum Facility in Florence, Colorado aka Supermax.

Now it appears that the Islamic terrorist who was willing to murder 289 people is complaining about the lack of human rights he has whilst serving his time. In a lawsuit filed in Colorado. he said authorities at the prison where he is being held were violating his constitutional rights by not allowing him to communicate with the outside world or practice his religion as a Muslim, It accused staff of repeatedly force feeding him during a hunger strike using “excessively and unnecessarily painful” methods. He also claimed that White supremacist inmates were permitted to harass him during prayer times.

Strange how a so called soldier of Allah willing to deny the right to life for nearly 300 people, is now complaining about not been able to talk to other Muslims.  Which is down entirely to his jihadist mindset for murder.  In other words, you've made your bed underpants features, now lay in it.