Last week I reported on CAIR's latest move to stop any converts out of Islam and any Christians who might try to help these desperate, brave victims.
Back on January 19th, Rifqa Bary was tricked into pleading guilty to the "unruly" charges against her in exchange for a dependency deal that the Bary parents and their CAIR-appointed attorney have
since reneged on, there have been new developments in the case.
The prosecutor, under pressure from powerful and influential CAIR, is pursuing charges against Brian Williams, the pastor and friend whom she contacted after she ran away.
The prosecution is seeking to indict Brian Williams on two charges -- contributing to the "unruliness" of a minor (eureka, now we understand why CAIR demanded a guilty plea in exchange for a meaningless deal with the kuffar) and a second charge of "interference with custody," which carries a sentence of six months to a year.
So now we understand the change in strategy.
Brian Williams is being urged by Rifqa's deal-making attorney, Stemberger-appointed attorney Kort Gotterdam, to plead guilty to a lesser charge. Gotterdam is following the direction of the lawyer who appointed him, John Stemberger, who also brokered broken deals for Rifqa.
The impending arrest of the courageous Brian Williams is proof of the incompetence of Rifqa Bary's legal team. The silence is deference and dhimmitude to Islam. If the crime of apostasy in Islam and the threat Rifqa was facing were exposed and heard in an American court of law, Brian Williams would not be pursued by the Franklin County prosecutor. Instead Rifqa's legal team is urging him to plead guilty to these outrageous charges at enormous personal expense. Who are they working for? CAIR?
Williams told me he would not plead this down. Williams told me he was not guilty or sorry he helped an apostate whose life was at danger. Williams said there is so much dirty back-door dealing in this case, to the detriment of the truth. And certain players are working on a payday.
What kind of nation, what kind of society are we living in where someone who helps a girl whose life is in danger is prosecuted for it? An islamic one. Not so fast, buster.
I think Williams ought to stay away from Rifqa's attorneys. They can bully a little girl, but not a young man. They are wrong. Williams should not plea it down. Why should Brian Williams have a record for helping Rifqa? Why should CAIR be able to use our judicial system to send a message to non-Muslims that they will be punished for helping a Christian?
Let Willliams ignore Gotterdam and Stemberger and get informed legal counsel that understands the motive behind the threat that so seriously endangers Rifqa's life.