Saturday, March 24, 2012
In reaction to the recent murders of children carried out by a Muslim extremist Mohamed Merah in France, its president, Nicolas Sarkozy unveiled proposed legislation that has stunned both legal experts and journalists….too freakin bad it’s about time someone grew a pair, see photos above of the Rabi and the little girls that Muslim nut job Mohamed Merah shot in the head, you bastard!
The Muslim fanatic who killed seven people in France was so proud of his unspeakably evil work that he uploaded sickening video to the Internet showing him executing a helpless, terrified 8-year-old girl, officials said. Mohammed Merah is seen yanking Myriam Monsenego by her hair — then firing a bullet into her head while he holds her.
“Anyone who regularly consults Internet sites which promote terror or hatred or violence will be sentenced to prison,” suggesting that it was time to consider people who follow extremist websites as we would someone perusing pedophilia and child pornography websites. “What is possible for pedophiles should be possible for trainee terrorists and their supporters, too.”
In June 0f 2003, the United States Department of Homeland Security initiated The National Cyber Security Division (NCSD), to monitor terrorist traffic. Then the Combating Child Exploitation Act, (S. 1738), and the Keeping the Internet Devoid of Sexual Predators (KIDS) Act of 2008, (S. 431) were signed into law to fight online and in person sexual exploitation of children.
The law established an Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program in every state, and helps social networking sites share information on potential threats to children online. What it also did, which goes to the issue monitoring terrorism, is expands the legal definition of possessing child pornography or exploiting children to include accessing by computer visual depictions of child pornography with the intent to view – which means someone is watching you as you watch the Internet.
“France will not tolerate forced recruitment or ideological indoctrination on its soil,” Sarkozy said, adding that an enquiry would be launched into whether prisons were being used to propagate extremism in France.
Nicolas Sarkozy said authorities were investigating whether Mohamed Merah, a 23-year-old Frenchman of Algerian origin, acted alone in the shootings of three Jewish children and four adults in southwest France, (he has a dirtbag brother who looks good for it). Merah died on Wednesday in a hail of bullets when he jumped from a window after elite police commandos entered the apartment where he was holed up following a siege of more than 30 hours.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com