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It Took A Year, But Now He's Convicted. Melbourne.
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You know, if we don't wake up soon to what is really happening, there'll be a scramble for prayer rugs.

A year on from another 'mental-health' situation and they finally faces Noori to life imprisonment.
Since they're not saying he'll be spending the rest of his life in  mental institution, one may suspect
he's healed from his malady.


Quote:Melbourne car attack: Saeed Noori pleads guilty to murder over Christmas attack.

The 33-year-old faces a life sentence for carrying out last year's attack in Melbourne that left an
83-year-old man dead.

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'A man who deliberately ploughed a car into Christmas shoppers on a city street in Australia has
pleaded guilty to murder. Saeed Noori injured 17 people when he rammed his mother's vehicle
into pedestrians on 21 December last year in Melbourne.
One of the casualties, 83-year-old Antonios Crocaris, died in hospital eight days later.

The 33-year-old, who is now an Australian citizen after arriving in the country as a refugee from
Afghanistan in 2004, faces a life sentence after entering his guilty plea at Victoria state supreme
court.

He also admitted to 11 counts of recklessly causing serious injury and five counts of conduct
endangering life, which carry maximum sentences of 15 and 10 years respectively.

At an earlier hearing, it was revealed Noori had accessed images and video of violent events
in Europe and the US, including terror attacks. However, he was not charged with terror offences.

His lawyers previously told the court that Noori suffers from mental health problems and it was
likely he had not eaten or slept for days before the attack.
He will be sentenced in February.

It was the second time a car had been driven into pedestrians in Melbourne in 2017.
In January, six people were killed and more than 30 were injured by a vehicle driven up a busy
shopping area.

A supreme court jury last month convicted James Gargasoulas on 33 charges, including six counts
of murder. Gargasoulas will be sentenced in January. That incident was also not judged to be a
terror attack...'
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Deliberately ploughed a car into Christmas shoppers, he's from Afghanistan and been perusing
images and video of violent events in Europe and the US, including terror attacks... probably just
another coincidence.

London bridge for sale, anyone?
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(12-07-2018, 12:39 PM)BIAD Wrote: You know, if we don't wake up soon to what is really happening, there'll be a scramble for prayer rugs.

I've already got two prayer rugs, souvenirs from Mecca, just in case... also a scimitar hanging on the wall above me, in case the prayer rugs don't do the trick. A fella has to hedge his bets, you know? The prayer rugs ought to do it, though, since non-muslims are banned from Mecca, how in the world would an infidel get his hands on not one, but TWO of them?

Quote:Deliberately ploughed a car into Christmas shoppers, he's from Afghanistan and been perusing
images and video of violent events in Europe and the US, including terror attacks... probably just
another coincidence.

London bridge for sale, anyone?
mediumfacepalm

You know, there was a deep-fried Muslim at TOS I had several run-ins with during the heaviest part of my anti-Islam campaign there, and his history matched this guy's history, right down to the age bracket. He came to Australia from Afghanistan as a teenager. I reckon I'll always wonder if it was him - I always thought that I'd read about him someday in the newspapers.

That joker was cooked, and there was no talking any sense or logic to him - he was a True Believer. He was pretty put out with my activities in Afghanistan, and was REAL put out with the suggestion that his father and uncles would likely have been the first in line to shoot Taliban in a firing squad situation, since they had be real, true Mujahideen, and were fighting against foreign invaders in the first place - and the Taliban were also foreign invaders from Pakistan intent on running Afghanistan as proxies for the ISI. His father and uncles were long dead as I recall, and he had sided with the Taliban ideologically.

Now, to be fair, I myself have likely "accessed" some of the same videos and images this guy did - I've got a 4 gigabyte collection of ISIS intel that probably includes some of them. In light of that, it's probably best for me to studiously avoid fist-fights and the occasional Christmastime sidewalk drive, else they might get to going through my data files and charge me with terrorism or something.

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" I don't mind killin' a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight... or if there's money involved... or a woman... "

 - Jayne Cobb, Hero of Canton
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