It should come as no surprise that the Muslim culture does not mesh with ours. The religion of Islam believes in the subjugation and oppression of women. And, that is just the tip of the iceberg. Why anyone in America could possibly believe that these people will assimilate to our culture is beyond me. Which is why this next story is truly disturbing, but hopefully it will open someone’s eyes to the truth.
Colorado police found a woman being kept as a sex slave in a Muslim man’s home. This poor woman was subjected to unimaginable abuse and torture by the hands of this Muslim. Though the crime in itself is depraved and heinous what else these officials discovered while digging into his background was stunning.
A Saudi national man named Homaidan Al-Turki was sentenced 20 years to life for his unspeakable crime. However, I am sure you have not heard about this in the mainstream media at all. Considering the fact that Al-Turki is one of the first Muslim’s to be convicted of sex slavery you would think it would be a blip on the radar. No, it is not even spoken of and this case happened over a decade ago, but what is disturbing is that he is begging to be released.
Al-Turki told a judge that he should be released since what he did is not a crime under Sharia Law.
“The state has criminalized these basic Muslim behaviors,” he told the judge. “Attacking traditional Muslim behaviors was the focal point of the prosecution.”
If that does not turn your stomach enough I am sure this next part will. You see, Al-Turki has not only been asking to be released but also to be transferred to his native Saudia Arabia to complete sentence. Apparently, Al-Turki was denied this request and that is when it gets rather interesting. Tom Clements was a Colorado prisons chief who worked where al-Turki is being held. In 2013, Clements was murdered at his home but no one was arrested, however, it now appears that at one time Al-Turki was considered a person of interest in this cold case.
According to the Denver Post:
Federal and state investigators pursuing leads in the killing of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements are exploring possible links between a prison gang and a Saudi man whose petition to be sent back home was denied by Clements just one week before his death.
Police say the man suspected of killing Clements on March 19 was parolee Evan Ebel, but in recent weeks they have shifted their attention to two major questions: Why? And did he have help?
They have interviewed dozens of people, including Ebel associates in the white-supremacist prison gang 211 Crew, and associates of Homaidan al-Turki, a Saudi national convicted of keeping his housekeeper a virtual slave in Colorado and sexually assaulting her. Al-Turki is serving an eight-year-to-life sentence at Limon Correctional Facility.
FBI agents are investigating any possible financial transactions between al-Turki and 211 Crew members to determine whether he had hired the gang for protection, among other things, sources told The Denver Post. Investigators are examining his bank records, prison financial accounts, and prison commissary records. Investigators are also interviewing al-Turki associates who run errands for him outside of prison, one source said.
“The FBI is trying to trace the money,” the source said. “Al-Turki has tons of money in his bank accounts. He has operatives in the U.S. that he calls. He tells them to move money here or there. When he calls on a prison phone, it’s all recorded. We know he moves money from account to account.”
Hal Haddon, al-Turki’s Denver attorney, confirmed that investigators have questioned the Saudi’s associates, but he said such allegations are the product of “outrageous” speculation with no evidence to support such a theory. He said investigators have also asked witnesses whether Haddon or other attorneys could have been involved in a murder conspiracy.
Acting on al-Turki’s behalf, Haddon and other members of his legal team filed a lawsuit April 8 in Denver District Court alleging that al-Turki had been mistreated and isolated in prison since Clements’ death and that state officials were looking for signs of a murder conspiracy.
This is a complete game changer and should ensure that this vile individual is kept behind bars forever. The evidence seems to point to something far more sinister and I truly hope that the federal agents are able to tie this monster to this case.
The family deserves to have some answers and know that someone is paying for this senseless murder. This man is the epitome of the religion of Islam in my opinion. Not only has this man raped and tortured an innocent woman but it is quite possible that he has murdered someone as well.
It is the time that Homaidan Al-Turki pays for all his crimes.
H/T [ Denver Post ]