It gives one a warm, cozy feeling knowing the State department is importing whole Muslim communities into small American communities to work in meat processing plants.
Hey, it's the jihad. You better 'respect' those needles.
It wasn't lost on me that this took place in the town of Guelph, home to the University of Guelph, which refused to accept our $5,000 donation to honor Aqsa Parvez at their arboretum. Needles for the dhimmis!
GUELPH, Ont. -- An Ontario woman charged in connection with a case of tampered food at a store in Guelph, Ont., is a former employee of a Maple Leaf Foods plant in the city, the company said in a statement Friday.
Mastoora Qezil, 41, was arrested by Guelph police Thursday and is facing a common nuisance charge. She was held in custody overnight and was expected to be released Friday after an appearance in bail court, Guelph police said.
The woman worked at the plant for seven years, Maple Leaf said.
"We are very pleased that the police investigation has resulted in a charge being laid," said Maple Leaf. "We also grateful to the co-operation extended by the police and the retailer throughout the investigation. As this is a legal matter before the courts we have no further comment."
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued warnings last week after sewing needles were found in meat products at a supermarket.
Guelph is about 100 kilometres west of Toronto.
UPDATE: I see Spencer blogged this too and added:
Poisoning food with feces is detailed as a tactic in the Al-Qaeda manual found a few years ago by British intelligence. If feces are acceptable for such use, why not needles? It would be interesting to know if Mastoora Qezil singled out pork products, but the story of course doesn't tell us.