Jihad restricted: Four convicted in jihad charity case moved to special prison where their communications will be monitored
Posted by Robert on May 1, 2010 4:35 PM
At least for now -- no doubt Honest Ibe Hooper of CAIR is on the case. Ghassan Elashi, after all, is a former CAIR official. "4 convicted in Holy Land Foundation case moved from Dallas area to special federal prisons," by Jason Trahan for  The Dallas Morning News, May 1 (thanks to herr Oyal):
Four men convicted in Dallas in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing trial have been transferred to special federal prisons where their communications and dealings with the outside world will be more closely monitored.
Prosecutors had advocated the transfer of Ghassan Elashi, Shukri Abu Baker, Mohammad El-Mezain and Mufid Abdulqader from the low-security Seagoville federal prison south of Dallas to one of the Bureau of Prisons' Communications Management Units....
That cleared the way for them to go to the special prisons, where their calls are limited and monitored, along with all their mail, and they are required to use English when dealing with outsiders....
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