Saturday, May 27, 2006

Task Farce Sabre Liar!

DISCOURAGED FORWARD! Junior Cape Crusaders Worldwide and our new trusty side-kick Psychotic and Homicidal Lynn Thomas of COWS BLOC!

Yes Junior Cape Crusaders we have renamed Task Force Sabre 7 to Task Farce Sabre Liar! Let us give you two new recent examples. First we have Psychotic and Homicidal Lynn Thomas pumping out her daily Jackbo distortions;

"Chief Judge Shinwari fired

By: Cao in: General, Task Force Sabre 7 No Comments Yet Permalink

If you’re looking for pieces on Jack Idema and his team, please click on this link. From the Superpatriots’ website:

May 24, 2006, 24 minutes past 12 noon, the Afghan Parliament, led by Yunis Qanooni, the man whose life Jack saved, fired Chief Judge Shinwari leader of the Afghan Supreme Court and the most powerful judge in Afghanistan. Shinwari had been the major stumbling block in the Task Force Saber 7 case.

Shinwari had insisted that Jack sign a statement against Yunis Qanooni and several Northern Alliance Generals who were allied with the US. Shinwari had three times overruled judges and stopped Jack’s release. Shinwari was a close friend of US Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad who, with US citizen Ahmad Ali Jalali, had ordered the arrest of Jack and his men in 2004. All three of them, Khalilzad, Jalali, and Shinwari, had extensive links to the Taliban and al-Qaida terrorists (yes, US Ambassador Khalilzad had twice brought the Taliban in American pre-9/11 in the hopes of securing formal recognition for their terrorist government. Five days ago, feeling Parliament pressure, Shinwari signed a release order for Jack and his team. But Shinwari never sent it to the Ministry of Justice. Northern Alliance justice Mohammed Yasin was confirmed as the new Chief of the Supreme Court in a new fast vote today at the Parliament. This could have huge implications for Jack and Task Force Saber."

Well now Lynnbo, first Yunis Qanooni does not have the power to fire the Chief Judge. What has happened here is that their is a debate in the Afghan Parliament about the Supreme Court and the ages and qualification of the Judges. The Parliament also confirms the nominations. There has been much debate on the current Judges. But we can tell you that Yunis Qanooni does not have the power to fire any of the Judges and DID NOT FIRE the Chief Judge.

This is an update:

"Afghan Lawmakers Nix Supreme Court Nominee

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - Afghanistan's parliament Saturday rejected the president's nominee for Supreme Court chief justice - an Islamic conservative accused of ignoring human rights and stifling freedom of speech.

Lawmakers voted 117-77 against the reappointment of Chief Justice Fazel Hadi Shinwari, who has held the post since shortly after the ouster of the Taliban by U.S.-led forces in late 2001. The vote was hugely important for Afghanistan's judiciary, which has been accused of being ineffective and corrupt. It is hoped that a new chief justice will speed much-needed reforms and dismiss crooked judges. The Supreme Court is highly influential in Afghanistan, particularly in the struggle between reformists and moderates over how much influence Islam should have in government and society. The results of the vote were announced by deputy parliamentary speaker Mohammed Arif Nurzai in a televised session of the assembly. President Hamid Karzai had backed Shinwari's reappointment and the nomination of eight new judges to the nine-member Supreme Court.

Western observers accused Karzai of backing Shinwari to shore up his support among the country's religious conservatives at a time when the Islamic extremist Taliban rebels are staging a resurgence. "We are pinning a lot of hope on this vote," Karzai's chief of staff, Jawed Ludin, told The Associated Press earlier this week. "A lot of people feel confident the judiciary will be in good hands." Sam Zia-Zarifi, head of New York-based Human Rights Watch's Asia division, said that under Shinwari's tenure, the Supreme Court failed to institute legal forms and wider rule of law, while attempting to stifle free speech and women's rights.

"Shinwari has established a record of ignoring human rights standards on the Supreme Court," he said. Parliament has approved two of Karzai's Supreme Court nominees and rejected three besides Shinwari. The legislators still must vote on three nominees. All nine are long-serving judges and many are over the age of 70 - raising concerns from some lawmakers who claimed that the law prohibited the appointment of justices over 65. They also criticized three of the judges for having dual nationality.

Lawmakers voted 117-77 against the reappointment of Chief Justice Fazel Hadi Shinwari, who has held the post since shortly after the ouster of the Taliban by U.S.-led forces in late 2001.
The vote was hugely important for Afghanistan's judiciary, which has been accused of being ineffective and corrupt. It is hoped that a new chief justice will speed much-needed reforms and dismiss crooked judges.


The Supreme Court is highly influential in Afghanistan, particularly in the struggle between reformists and moderates over how much influence Islam should have in government and society.

The results of the vote were announced by deputy parliamentary speaker Mohammed Arif Nurzai in a televised session of the assembly.

President Hamid Karzai had backed Shinwari's reappointment and the nomination of eight new judges to the nine-member Supreme Court. Western observers accused Karzai of backing Shinwari to shore up his support among the country's religious conservatives at a time when the Islamic extremist Taliban rebels are staging a resurgence.

"We are pinning a lot of hope on this vote," Karzai's chief of staff, Jawed Ludin, told The Associated Press earlier this week. "A lot of people feel confident the judiciary will be in good hands."

Sam Zia-Zarifi, head of New York-based Human Rights Watch's Asia division, said that under Shinwari's tenure, the Supreme Court failed to institute legal forms and wider rule of law, while attempting to stifle free speech and women's rights.

"Shinwari has established a record of ignoring human rights standards on the Supreme Court," he said.

Parliament has approved two of Karzai's Supreme Court nominees and rejected three besides Shinwari. The legislators still must vote on three nominees.

All nine are long-serving judges and many are over the age of 70 - raising concerns from some lawmakers who claimed that the law prohibited the appointment of justices over 65. They also criticized three of the judges for having dual nationality.

However, the government has stood by its selections, saying there is no age limit for justices and no law banning them from also being citizens of other countries.

However, the government has stood by its selections, saying there is no age limit for justices and no law banning them from also being citizens of other countries."


Its just like our own process for nominating Supreme Court Judges. The fact is Jack WILL serve out his sentence but once again we call Jackbo and Lynnbo LIARS! BTW Lynnbo if anyone has any connection to warlords who hold a number of seats in the Parliament its Yunis Qanooni. Nice choice of sides to be on you screw-loose dingbat broad!

Secondly, Jackbo... you are an idiot! We are going to make sure that your latest video Guns for Hire gets noticed by both NDS and the FBI. Senior Jump Wings? When did you ever earn those? And then you go on Skynet making claims from prison that you can get 1000 men to storm the prison and worry Karzai?

Jackbo you have not learned your lesson eh? Stay tuned Jackbo soggy rice is coming for dinner soon......Trust us....

DISCOURAGED FORWARD!



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