Muslim woman GUILTY of stabbing Labour MP: “I was trying to kill him because he wanted to invade Iraq”

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    3rd November 2010

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    Roshonara Choudhry: “I was not going to stop until someone made me. I wanted to kill him… I was going to get revenge for the people of Iraq.”

    The Telegraph’s report has the POLICE CCTV pictures below of the would-be murderer of Stephen Timms, Labour MP and former Treasury minister in the previous government.

    These pictures, used in the court case which convicted her yesterday of attempted murder, were of the moments before the MP was stabbed twice by a “smiling” (Mr Timms’ description) Roshonara Choudhry, a 21-year-old student.

    She had the audacity, and got away with it, to refuse to appear in court in her own trial and ordered her own counsel NOT to offer any evidence on her behalf nor to ask for clemency. Courageous little martyr for Allah, isn’t she just? What a pity our civilised legal system won’t allow her hopes to come to fruition.

    Roshonara Choudhry guilty of attempted murder. Choudhry stabbed MP Stephen Timms twice in the stomach during a constituency surgery in Beckton, East London in May. Choudhry's hand concealed in bag

    Choudhry's right hand can now be seen

    Roshonara Choudhry, bottom left of photo - knife can be seen

    Roshonara Choudhry is restrained after stabbing the MP twice in the stomach


    Liberal minds and civil righters have often bemoaned the use of cctv cameras, especially where they are targeted in Muslim areas. But if the much-criticised CCTV had not been in place at the MP’s office, she would only have been a ‘suspect’.

    Given the vagaries of liberal English law, she would have been liable to get off scot-free.

    This BBC News video has a round-up of her trial over the last couple of days, including yesterday when the jury took only 14 minutes to find her guilty.

    Here’s hoping the judge will only take a few minutes to jail her for life, later today.  Here’s hoping, but no breath-holding!

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    2 Responses to “Muslim woman GUILTY of stabbing Labour MP: “I was trying to kill him because he wanted to invade Iraq””

    1. Rob Says:

      Even without CCTV, I assume the bloke who grabbed her could identify her, as indeed could her victim (she doesn’t appear to have been veiled).

      I’m not suggesting the CCTV wasn’t handy, but in this case there were surely enough eye-witnesses. She was only a “suspect” anyway until found guilty (you know, the same way Tony Blair is only “accused” of being a war criminal rather than actually being one until a court proves it). But in her case (I’ll say nothing about his…..) the evidence made a guilty verdict pretty inevitable.

      • keeptonyblairforpm Says:

        Of course, Rob. I don’t know why but I have learned to have some suspicion when it comes to finding certain people guilty of anything in our courts today.

        Her hands, as some know-alls like to say about someone to whom it doesn’t apply, had “blood on them”.

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