Canadian Prisoner Sentenced to Slow Death for Crime He did Not Commit

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Momin Khawaja

Momin Khawaja, a young Canadian citizen of visible minority was 23years old, graduate in computer science and an entrepreneur in IT technology, with No Criminal background was sentenced to a Life and 24 years by the Supreme Court - SLOW DEATH FOR CRIME HE DID NOT COMMIT NOR WAS CHARGED WITH under the Anti-Terrorist laws. Momin never committed any acts of violence against anybody in Canada or on this Earth. The prosecution tried him on perceptions and thoughts -defined as criminal acts. He has bee in prison for 14 years - originally sentenced by the trial judge to 10.5 yrs (5 yr for parole); Momin was kept in solitary confinement for continuously three (3) years; once attacked by another prisoner with boiling water burning 60-70 % of his body; and now under 24/7 advanced scheme of torture in prison. Momin respects and believes in excellence of human values, human rights, dignity, freedom for all, equal justice for all. While under incarceration, he is pursuing university Degree. We, the People of the world demand for his freedom and equal justice for Momin Khawaja the prisoner who had NO CRIMINAL record and He Did Not Commit Crime against anybody in Canada or on Planet Earth. HE MUST BE SET FREE TO THE CIVILIZED CANADIAN SOCIETY.

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  1. It is horrible that an innocent person should be sentenced to life-24 years behind the bars. It is unfair and suspected to be a biased legal judgement – it should be corrected by the Canadian system of legal justice – Equality in justice for Momin Khawaja.

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  2. The narrative of momin khawaja touched my heart. How could the Canadian judges sent him to life – 24 years punishment for a crime he claims did not commit and he was not charged with. It sounds like a naked travesty of justice. Was this case the result of some discrimination for equal justice for a person of minority group in Canada? This guy deserves justice and real freedom after so many terrible years of hardships.

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