Judge voids Tennessee mega-mosque approval but doesn't stop construction
Posted by Robert on June 2, 2012 6:24 AM
It looks as if this judge is trying to play both sides and please everyone. He will more likely end up pleasing no one. Freedom fighters will see his half-measures as more dhimmi impotence, and Islamic supremacists will grow exasperated with even the paper impediments he puts in front of their plans.
Eric Allen Bell has important background on this case  here. "Judge voids Tennessee mosque approval but doesn't stop construction," from the  Associated Press, June 1 (thanks to all who sent this in):
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Opponents of a mosque being built in Tennessee have gotten a judge to nullify the government decision that approved it but they lost their bid to stop construction immediately.
Rutherford County Chancellor Robert Corlew states in an order released Friday in the Nashville suburb of Murfreesboro that the approval is void because it was taken in violation of the Tennessee's Open Meetings Act. He ruled earlier this week that the county didn't give the public adequate notice of what has become a contentious issue.
The order prohibits further meetings on the mosque without proper notice.
But the decision also says that if the mosque opponents want to halt construction, they must begin a new court action....
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