Unlike the Complete Lack of Moral Courage on Display

at CNN, the Canadian judge who read the multiple guilty verdicts had plenty to say to the murderous bastards.

Jury finds Afghan family guilty in ‘honor’ killings

A jury on Sunday found an Afghan father, his wife and their son guilty of killing three teenage sisters and a co-wife in what the judge described as “cold-blooded, shameful murders” resulting from a “twisted concept of honor.”

The jury took 15 hours to find Mohammad Shafia, 58; his wife Tooba Yahya, 42; and their son Hamed, 21, each guilty of four counts of first-degree murder in a case that shocked and riveted Canadians from coast to coast.

…But Judge Robert Maranger was unmoved, saying the evidence clearly supported their conviction for “the planned and deliberate murder of four members of your family.”

It is difficult to conceive of a more despicable, more heinous crime … the apparent reason behind these cold-blooded, shameful murders was that the four completely innocent victims offended your completely twisted concept of honor … that has absolutely no place in any civilized society.

Hear, HEAR, your Honor!

Would that those words ring loud and clear everywhere people bow to Islamic perversions of basic human decency in the name of “cultural diversity”.

6 Responses to “Unlike the Complete Lack of Moral Courage on Display”

  1. Yojimbo says:


    The sad part is that it took the jury 15 hours to convict them.

    Let’s hope the judge doesn’t windup hearing small claims cases after the Canadian version of CAIR flames him for his harsh and critical language.

  2. JeffS says:

    Hear, hear, indeed! Call them out for what they are: murderous barbarians who should be living in some backwards Third World s**thole, not western civilization.

    But Canada has some pretty strange anti-“vilification” laws — ask Ezra Levant. I wonder if they apply to a sitting judge?

  3. Jim - PRS says:

    Good for the judge! These are seventh century savages. Period.

  4. Syd B. says:

    CBC news, which is Canada’s answer to MSNBC, conducted a poll which awed the simple question, “do you agree with the Shafia verdict?” With almost 13 thousand responses, 94% said YES. As CBC has been critical of the trial merits, those results are probably not what they were hoping for. I’m waiting to see if there is any backlash from the Muslim community this week. The verdict could well spark some violent reactions if history holds true.

  5. The story could only be improved by them all getting the chair.

    Or a long drop with a short rope.

  6. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Long drop with short rope – then bury them under a busy sidewalk so everyone can show the soles of their feet to the criminals.

    Oh – and wrap them in bacon first (yes, I know it’s a waste of good food – but it’s in a good cause).

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