Liberty City 7: 1 acquitted, 6 to be retried, in alleged terror plot

By Sinclere Lee

MIAMI, Florida (BNW) — For once there is some good news coming from this racist criminal justice system. One of seven men accused of conspiring to blow up Chicago's Sears Tower was acquitted last week, and a federal jury in Miami failed to reach a verdict on six others arrested in the alleged terror plot. If you remember, at the time of their arrest, it appeared that the Feds had some ignorant Blacks who were talking “shit,” but doing nothing.

At the time, sources told reporters that the suspects were dealing with a man they believed was an al Qaeda operative but who was actually a government informant. Senior federal sources said that the men were "not related to al Qaeda" but "possibly" were al Qaeda wannabes.

But, in actuality, the government informant (another nigger) was an agent provocateur who instigated the whole thing by introducing them to the plot to commit a crime in the first place. So, what is the lesson to be learned here? These crackers in this country are so afraid of these sand niggers and terrorism that they will draw a slave nigger into this mess. As a result, keep your damn mouth shut about terrorism and al Qaeda because you ain't got anything to do with the war on terrorism in the first place.

The U.S. Attorney's Office announced that the six whose cases ended in mistrials would be retried starting on January 7. The U.S. Attorney's Office need to find some real al Qaeda members and look beyond a bunch of niggers mouthing off their frustration with the system.

Lyglenson Lemorin, who also goes by the name Brother Levi, was acquitted in the "Liberty City 7" trial, U.S. District Judge Joan Leonard's office said.

The men were arrested in June 2006 and charged with a homegrown terror plot that officials said may have targeted not only the 110-story Chicago tower — the tallest building in North America — but also the FBI's Miami offices and other sites.

Five of the seven men were Americans, one was an illegal alien from Haiti whose visa had expired, and the seventh was a resident alien, federal sources said.

The group's supporters and the news media adopted the "Liberty City 7" name because authorities said the men operated out of a warehouse in Miami's Liberty City area.

I saw on TV a man who identified himself as Brother Corey telling CNN at the time that five of the men arrested in Miami were his "brothers," members of a group he identified as Seas of David. When I first heard Brother Corey and the Seas of David, I knew he wasn’t playing with a full deck.

Brother Corey said the group had "soldiers in Chicago," but was peaceful and not associated with any terrorist organizations.

The warehouse where the raids took place, he said, "is a place where we worship and also have businesses, as a work site, as a construction company we are trying to build up."

He said Seas of David is a religious group that blends the teachings of Christianity and Islam.

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