During the event, several court summons were issued to CAIR executives for committing fraud against Muslim people and families they were supposed to help. I will also go on record saying CAIR supports Islamic jihadists and advocates their ideology. In addition, I encourage CAIR and/or their supporters to file a lawsuit against me for my comments. There has never been anything I have ever spoken or wrote that I would not swear under oath to in a U.S. court (not a Shariah court). Why? Because I only speak or write about issues of which I have first-hand evidence. Pure truth will always prevail.
Since the court summons was served to the CAIR executives in front of a thousand or so people and has now been viewed by several thousand more, the bloggers have been active in their opinions. One issue has been the concern of issuing the summons to CAIR at their annual banquet and embarrassing and disgracing them in public. Many bloggers have been positive and some have been critical. I respect both. Possibly in the near future, bloggers will not have the same rights to express their opinions in America.
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I do believe I owe it to bloggers and others to explain why I, as the operational director of the research project, decided to serve the court summons at the banquet. The primary reason is nine of the 12 defendants were to be present at the banquet. We were able to serve six. In addition, we provided over 20 copies of the court summons to potential high-dollar donors. This leads to my secondary reason. The CAIR annual banquet is a top fundraising night. As mentioned previously, CAIR supports the Islamic jihadists' ideology, and if I could prevent millions of dollars being donated to CAIR, this was reason enough for me to serve the summons at the banquet. This mission was accomplished (per the words of CAIR executives to my researchers). My third and final reason was to disgrace and embarrass people who have hurt the Muslim people they are organized as a nonprofit organization to help. CAIR receives U.S. tax exemptions based on their pledge to help the Muslim people.
Many people do not know my background and have asked if I conduct research against an Islamic organization, why would I be concerned about the Muslim people? A simple answer would be I went to war in Iraq at the request of my president. One of our missions was to help the people of Iraq rid their country of Saddam Hussein. A man I consider a friend is an Iraqi Muslim named Samir. I served with Samir in Iraq when he was a U.S. translator/linguist assigned to my unit (Nasiriyah, Iraq). Samir was the person who pulled Saddam Hussein out of his "hole." The mission of removing Saddam was accomplished. Samir saved many, many American lives, and we worked several missions together. I would have given my life for him, and he put his life in jeopardy for me.
Contrary to the charge of being a bigot, racist and other common names CAIR calls anyone who disagrees with them, I do care for the Muslim people. Muslim people were the ones who provided sworn affidavits to me when CAIR victimized them. While I served in Iraq, there was a Muslim family who I had the opportunity to rescue when the Fedeyeen (Saddam thugs) were hunting them down because their brother (Mohammed Odeh al-Rehaief) had provided intelligence to save Pfc. Jessica Lynch. The Fedeyeen had burned their home and issued death warrants against them. This same family while in Iraq assisted me on several counter-intelligence missions. I would not be alive today if it were not for this family. This family has also saved many American lives.
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To finalize my answer to critics who say it was not fair to embarrass CAIR and disgrace them at their banquet, I say it would be an honor to also serve Osama bin Laden and any of his supporters in a public forum. Disgracing him and embarrassing him for the pain he has caused Muslims and non-Muslims are of little concern to me. This is the same feeling I have for CAIR executives.
Lastly, I again encourage CAIR to sue me. This will give me an opportunity to discredit their indiscriminately calling people bigots and will likely subdue them from doing the same to others who disagree with their ideology of violence and victimization. The issue of this one court summons is only a fraction of the intelligence my team has gathered on CAIR.