A burka'ed Muslim charged with making false complaint belched out that tired old incitement to hate-chant of revolutionary crowd -- "All cops are racist" -- what race?
We have seen the weaponizing of the veil and the use of the veil to commit crimes, escape detection, kidnap and rape young girls and keep them hidden, the Elizabeth Smart case should be the catalyst for such legislation.
And now this.
Bottom line, Muhammad said shroud their chattel head to toe, but not the face and the hands. Any woman who covers her whole face is making a political statement, not a religious statement.
Face veils must be banned as a national security measure.
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Carnita Matthews was charged in June after allegedly falsely claiming that a highway patrol officer handled her in an attempt to see her burqa-hidden face during a random breath test.
She has pleaded not guilty.
After arriving at Campbelltown Local Court yesterday with an identically dressed friend, Matthews watched the in-car police video of her being pulled over and asked to lift the burqa so the officer could verify her licence photo.
The court was told that after being issued an infringement notice for not properly displaying her P-plates, the 46-year-old branded the officer “a racist” and claimed he only booked her because of what she was wearing…
“You look at me and see me wearing this and you couldn’t handle it. All cops are racist.”…
Giving evidence yesterday, the station officer who took the complaint said he had told Matthews the officer had been right to ask for identification.
In a statement read to the court, Sergeant Paul Kearney said he told her: “I’m looking at you and all I can see is two eyes.”
However, the court was told that an officer who three days later accepted a statutory declaration from a burqa-clad woman he assumed to be Matthews failed to check her identification.
Matthews’ lawyer Stephen Hopper said there was no way for police to prove that his client was the one who signed the statutory declaration at Campbelltown police station on June 10.