Is it possible a Muslim could have convinced a court that the explosives found in his home and his bomb making expertise were merely a hobby and were in no way a threat to harm or injure others?
Of course not.
But that’s exactly the line of defence used by Paul Smith to convince Hull Crown Court that he wasn’t a terrorist threat and he escaped with nothing but an ASBO
When his house was searched, officers discovered two pipe bombs, bomb-making equipment and a number of “sophisticated” explosives, with an army bomb disposal team being rushed in to make his house safe.
Of course this wasn’t headline news, receiving rolling coverage on the news channels as there was no Muslim involved.
Det Ch Insp Steve Hibbit, from Humberside Police, stated:
“We never found any evidence that Mr Smith had any intent to harm anybody, either as a group or an individual”
He added that Paul Smith had an interest in explosives:
“in the same way that other people have an interest in collecting stamps”
Before rounding off with:
“He was clearly self-taught using recipes that are readily available to anybody”
If a Muslim had “an interest in explosives” and taught themselves how to make improvised explosive devises “that are readily available” on the internet, there would be howls of derision that radicalised Muslims are downloading Al-Qaeda’s bomb making manuals.
If he was a Muslim, he’d have been shackled head to toe, his family and their extremist ways would be exposed in the scumbag press, the Masajid he frequented would be accused of training terrorists and he’d be rotting in Belmarsh.
Well done to the police and the so called justice system for proving yet again that Muslims really are the enemy.
This is by no means a one off – for further reading on how the Police and Justice system are inherently biased against Muslims, read “What if he was Muslim?”