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  • bravetraveler 1w

    Assalamualaikum Prologue

    You should know in case you haven't been to a courtroom, especially one of this magnitude, there is something about a courtroom that makes it feel like it belongs in the category with hospitals, dentists, and such.  A courtroom always has a distinct smell to it. In the silence you can hear the prayers and worry that you will hear in the profound silence of a church. That deafening profound silence.

        A courtroom represented a bad place for some, but a place of success for others too.  No matter what, ripples were created in a courtroom that led to many unseen events.


    The stenographer cracked her knuckles and prepared for the twelve rounds of a heavyweight fight.  Ugh, two sports analogies. Stay with me.

    My point of view is entirely from the account of the man that I came to love.  I know everything about this case and all the truths and lies. I'm doing this so at worst, the truth is known if the criminal justice fails.  Whether I'm talking about the victim, or man being charged, or the defendant whose life is on the line, the only thing that matters is that you know the truth objectively.  How I retrieved every bit of dialogue was through the help of journals written and through accounts taken by many people. You should know, there is a recess for the holidays which is when I finished this and left it up to you to make it here deliver the truth!  It gives you time to make it here. If by chance you fail to make it, or something prevents you, the rest of this will be safeguarded and will be submitted. It is my hope that you're testimony is a part of that and helps me too. Just remember, everything connects.  Every single thing! Let's begin…



    “For the record, please note the Attorney General of the United States and I, came to the conclusion as you all know, given the capital crimes, that it be presented in a rather unorthodox way; that Mr. Ford is reading the testimony in such a way. Don't for a moment forget, I will have overall tone of this case.  I think that's appropriate as I know Mr. Ford is aware that he went over this nightly. Mr. Ford's identity will be on stage in front the public eye with the allowance of the media, being this is a prodigious case of significance, and will be studied by many in the future. Due to this, his identity will now be displayed and shown for the criminal underworld for all of his past undercover work and possible jarring crimes.  I don't think I need to remind anyone what a risk this is. Also, he happens to be involved in two cases on-going at the same time as this one. It's also imperative to note that his future may be, and not limited by, this case and it's findings based on the profound newly investigative discovered evidence. I must say, I take no pleasure in judging such a case that the words government official of the United States of America, terrorism, and most wanted terrorist, all be in the same sentence!
     The only thing that will be omitted from this case is a two year testimony of Mr. Ford's undercover operation having to do with also, another case undergoing at the moment. It seems the saying is right. Indeed, when it rains it pours but they never say, can result to a flood. I don't want the two other cases in anyway to taint this cases judgement since John Armando, and Samuel Muhammad is not the defendant in my courtroom. Ultimately, there may be a new defendant by the end of this testimony and such capital crimes may be invoked shortly after this case has concluded. This makes it unprecedented because Mr. Ford's  sentence will be far worse, as we know currently his circumstances. I have gone over the written testimony and found it very helpful and useful. Everything you're told by Mr. Ford and read, especially, has been accepted for this case. Again, we all knew that this unique case will be very unusual, but it's now reached unprecedented heights involved in possible treason during the whole time the defendant committed his crimes. Because of the profound evidence, it will be my most significant judgment and most challenging in determining whether a man guilty of murder did in fact commit a capital crime of a possible federal agent, or that federal agent was allegedly working in a terrorism organization or cell within the United States of America, While his very job was to protect the citizens of America.  I take this case extremely serious. Myself and the Attorney General made it clear that this case will be presented with the most importance and seriousness. Justice will be given at the end of this case before anyone leaves my court, rest assured! I expect this courtroom and the press to behave very professionally or you will be escorted from my courtroom at once. My courtroom will not be turned into a circus charade, now, let's begin shall we.” The Judge said before taking his glasses off and gently placing them down.  

      Mr. Ford talked into the microphone after the attorneys both opened with their statements.  This was the moment everyone was waiting anxiously for.

    (NOTE; This is a novel. In my opinion it is brilliant because it explores peace and love and also the misconception of Muslims in this world that are just like you and me, but treated so badly. Thats not what the narrative directly says in any way. I never state my perception in novels I'm doing it right now. This novel has insane twists and reveals and at heart is a great lovestrory and about LIFE! I'm sharing this because it defines me in so many ways! I hope you read and enjoy! Please share it and like it if you do!!!! Peace and love)


  • bravetraveler 1w

    Assalamualaikum INTRO


    For a week, incredible groundbreaking new evidence was somehow discovered and the discovery leaked and was now being talked about every minute on most news channels because of the leak of what the evidence entails.  

    The FBI was suffering PR disaster and being combed through by the Justice Defense each day.  There was also a video of the defense attorney commenting as well that played all week as the prologue to the testimony.

    The judge showed no signs of stress or lack of sleep.  Given that the appeal for capital punishment is being held in New York, that naturally doesn't have the death penalty, and was filled, mostly, with democrats and liberals generally opposed to the death penalty.  Alas, this was capital punishment in the murder of a couple of federal agents resulting in capital crimes. No one knew what to anticipate though, given the circumstances of this case. It really tested one's belief!

    The line was blurred on who was the bad guy, in the short recess of this week.  Because of the brilliant timing, and the disturbing incriminating evidence, the recent breaking news of the week about Mr. Ford, who is the star witness to give testimony that two weeks ago, would have been the difference in this case.  Now, the defense attorney was watching his job being done daily online on social media and on tv, discrediting the witness.

    Mr. Ford was in the United States of America's number one most wanted terrorist organization before coming back home and joining law enforcement.  Then there was the fact that the Special Agent that was his superior at the FBI, his name is connected as well.

    Everyone at first anticipated Fords testimony.  It was the first time he was going on record and doing so because of the horrific acts the defendant did to the federal agent and his family.   

     But, because the crucial evidence was obtained linking twenty-three government officials to a terrorism organization led by Al-ZaHeer, America's number one most wanted terrorist for fifteen years,  also linked Mr. Ford directly with Al-ZaHeer in his whole time in law enforcement.

    Because of how popular and how divisive the case had become since it reached the verdict of the death penalty, the United States government promised the people of America that this appeal would be televised in the courtroom to display how fairly justice is executed in this system, having no idea at the time what it was in for.

    Not only did the federal agent take a long time deciding whether or not to state his name for the public record way back in the first trials, but after deciding to testify in a public televised court case that made Mr. Ford's identity compromised for all the undercover work he's done his whole career and would prevent him from future work took great sacrifice now.  He would no longer be able to work undercover or in the field again.

    But now,  that was the best case scenario for him.  Worst case, the defense attorney who was one of tinseltowns best and most aggressive lawyers, Mark Shark Sax, was going to introduce the evidence they had on Mr. Ford to discredit his testimony for this part of the case. Which was the most important part because Ford is an eye witness and had the most damaging evidence against the defendant, but that's in the past now.

    When the evidence came out it was incredible.  It turned from a testimony and eyewitness account, to a defense for the eye witness himself, unofficially.  

    Subpoenas would be given to him to appear in front of Congress at best.  What's worse, Mark Sax was called the Shark because he never stopped moving.  He was always investigating to get to the facts and truth. He was a predator.  Mark Sax announced to the media he had explored the evidence and Ford was the worst witness and embarrassment to the criminal justice system.

    He stated on CNN, “Ford is a black eye on our judicial system.  He's a thug involved in treason standing witness in my clients case of fate!”   The news used it as a jet pack and took off!

    The Attorney General appointed by the President of the United States, gathered with Sanderson Husk, a very prominent judge, and took control of this circus.  Limited cameras and reporters were granted limited access, now. Ford was the talk of the news channels, and surrogates were accusing him of treason. It had been done!  He was guilty in the opinion of the public's eye! No one questioned the defendant's guilt now, nevermind should he get capital punishment.

     It is now America's most sensational topic.  Ford's testimony. Perhaps because of the circumstances too, which have not been mentioned yet.  Or why he was colluding with a terrorist.

    But no one was asking what is wrong with anyone! Can't they see what was happening?  

      Now, he's one of the world's most infamous people in a course of six days of news cycles.

    This case was now very unique because there was almost a miscarriage in an a attempt to send a presumed guilty man to his last injection.

    The defendant did spend time in prison for a long time.  But, his case of an appeal is in the bag pretty much unless Ford has any surprises.  The other government officials are being charged now. The focus has shifted to them and off the defendant.


        The first of the 23 names being charged is Ford's boss.  His case was ongoing at the same time. Then there was John Armando, from the defendant's original case.  Ford had to testify in that too, but that was all being silenced so it wouldn't affect this case.

       The judge walked to the bench.  He knew all eyes were on him now, and he walked like a Greek God with a black cloak bathed over his brood frame and calculated stride.  Soon as he put on the cape or robe, he left all the pressure and stress of this case behind his chambers.

    It was among popular opinion that he was the better man for this unusual widely, speculated case, or for the defendant, an appeal.  

    Now, it's time to tell you.  Only three people know the entire truth, me the narrator, you the reader (and potential witness) and Ford!  By the time you read this you will know the truth and become a witness and be able to prove it in this court.  This was all prepared just in time, so you have enough time to make it here. Why can't I do this? Well, hopefully you won't find out.  Matter of fact, the less you know who I am, the better the safety.


       The courtroom resounded with the snaps of pictures taken as he sat in his infamous chair that was known to convicts as “million”, because as the saying goes, the judge once said, before he retires he's going to sentence criminals to a million years!  

         He had the same high quality seat and back foam density with leather, and a beautiful set of armrests for comfort and quality. I only add these details because he looks like a king in his chair. The chair sure looked like a million dollars, so he didn't mind the street name he was acclaimed through his gavel that he has been pounding since the very first echo heard in a courtroom, which also looked like the a crown belonging to a king.

          He looked up at the packed audience in attendance, people were jammed in tight spaces, people were standing at any free space they had, and the TV cameras were positioned.  The cameras loved him as he filled the powerful chair with a powerful rich dark skin tone that the lights shined off of perfectly. He held the gavel like Thor holding his hammer.


    Everyone was told to sit, by an officer with a belly overlapping his belt like a big flabby excess  of fat.


    The gavel was struck and like a gunshot releasing the fastest runners to sprint and like the start of a round of boxing, DING the bell!  The case was now starting.


  • bravetraveler 1w


     by Leonardo DiSalvatore


    Hundreds of people were protesting the streets with police officers trying to stabilize all control outside a Manhattan courthouse.  Most of them were all shouting at the towering building above, chanting to the 12 jurors inside next to the windows to the street below.  

    Law enforcement was mainly concerned about the minority of the people behind the barricade voicing their feelings and their belief against capital punishment.  The news anchor assured the viewers watching that the screen is correct, that they were indeed live from New York City. The coverage on Gutter Drillsborn has been obsessive because of all the destruction he has caused.  

     The Attorney General of the United States looked away from the tv showing the old footage of the past trials that ultimately led to this appeal.  He sighed when he heard the news anchor say that there switching to their live coverage inside of the court house discussing the case of the appeal.  Inside that very courthouse and behind the courtrooms chamber doors, he was standing witnessing the chaos inside the office as he was ordered by the POTUS to support the Presidents candidate and of course, make sure this case has no hiccups, which now was an impossible feat.  He rubbed his eyes thinking to himself that he's the goddamn Attorney General of the United States, not a cleaner! He couldn't help but stop the woman who had been running around the office like a wild turkey.

    “You, what's your name?” He asked to the woman trying to take care of the chaos for her boss.

    “Mallery, Mr. Jeffords.  We've met at a Christmas dinner last year.”

    “Mallery, why won't you stay still?  Just stop moving. Try it. Come here, look?  See all these people?” The AG was pointing to the television screen at all the live protests across the country with mobs of hundreds of people.

    “Oh, I don't like all this nonsense.  I rather not watch it.”

    “You rather what?  But--you're the secretary of Judge Husk.  How could you not know what's going on and the case he's on?  Everything going on around this country!”

    “I live it all day.  I don't go home and watch it too.  I like to go home and read romantic novels on my kindle.  Simple!” Mallery said. The AG was stumped and looked flabbergasted at her reason.  How she found it so simple and had a easy solution.

    “Simple?  This man killed a lot of people, tortured some.  He's a psycho! And now the main person who he's hurt the--"

    “Jeffords, leave my...I believe you said secretary?  Leave her alone please. I'm about to take the stage.  I need to clear my head. I appreciate the support, but I've already made my decision, so you can move on to the next candidate.”  Judge Husk said.

    "I understand, but Sanderson don't you think it's wise to have an secretary that's aware of all of the masses joining throughout the United States in demonstration for the defendant not to be sentenced to death because they all feel he didn't commit capital crimes?  Did you say you decided?” The AG asked.

    “She's been working with me for twenty years and is my wife, Jeffords.  She also has a PHD and her own practise. She's fully aware of what's going on because shes married to the man that constantly has his finger on the pulse.  Mallery, tell Jeffords why they're doing these actions, please?”

    “Because they believe the federal agents weren't really working for the United States government.  Especially the star witness who is starting his testimony today and is the victim to the defendants many barbaric crimes.  Are you all set Sandy?” Mallery said.

    “Sandy?”  The AG repeated with a bitter face.

    “Yes, dear, thank you.”  Sanderson Husk said.

    She helped him put on his robe as he walked up to Jeffords and the TV to listen to what they were saying.

    “No!  You, can't watch this!  It's toxic. Go out there and show that you're the only sane one remaining.  The last man standing. Sanderson, look at me, you were selected because of your--"

    “Don't go there Jeffords.  I know exactly why the hell I was picked to judge this case.  Don't think you were doing me any favors!” Sanderson said.

    “Listen to them out there...You hear that?  I haven't seen this since, well, I was going to say the Simpson trial, but due to the circumstances and the time we live in, this is history's most important case.  You were selected for such a case. Sanderson, don't you see? This will be history, just do what you do best. Don't be swayed by the public temperature and climate.  Ignore all those cameras out there!”

    “That's scares me, that you as AG of this country of ours, would say that given the time, the Simpson case was less important.  Suddenly, I feel so much better that you're in my corner. Jeffords, with a straight face look at the color of my skin. By the way, speaking about time and the Simpson trial, have you ever heard of Rodney King?” The judge started walking.  “For Christs sake, Archie.”

    “Yes, of course.  He was Mike Tyson's manager or something.  Even a Snapple fact would ask that! I'm kidding, man relax.”  Arch Jeffords said.

    “Relax?  I'm a black man who happens to be an esteemed revered judge who was just asked to take the seat of one of the best Supreme Court's eight judges chair, and boy do I have a feeling a lot is riding on the outcome of this case.  Well, the answer for your boss is no!”

    “Sanderson, calm--what?  No? Did you just--" Sanderson interrupted the Attorney General again.

    “Why?  Why would he do that to me?  For the American People? Oh, put my ass in stuffing!  I'm retiring after this case. And yes, before you ask for the third time my answer is no.  I'm too old. I want to just read mysteries at home on a kindle. This is actually a case I'm not going to let be hacked away by the media dispute that circus out there!”

    “Did you just say you're retiring, Sanderson?  You just said no! But, you've been offered the seat of a Supreme--”

    “I don't care about the fucking seat, Jeffords! Sorry, but that was the third time.  I'd like to take my gavel and shove it up the POTUS ass for allowing the media in my courtroom to be frank with you!  As if this is some--” The AG interrupted the judge.

    “I'm going to cut you off this time from further verbally assassinating my boss.”

    “I'm sorry, but I need that.  I think I'm ready now.”

    “I told you you've been talking about the gavel in your sleep.  But, do you listen to your wife? No. Because Sandy is mighty thick headed ain't that right, Sanderson?” Mallery said.

    “The gavel?  This whole time you've been stressing over putting the gavel up the POT--"  The AG was cut off.

    “My kids are watching this and both are currently attending law school.  This may be the end of their careers before it's even started for them.” The Judge's wife interrupted both men, telling him he needed to go out.

    “Sanderson, wait a minute.  Let me tell you..Sanderson?”  The judge opened the door. “Make us proud  No pressure!” The AG said and Sanderson shook his head while transforming his face and entering the courtroom and out of his chambers.

     The judge walked out of his chambers without displaying the slightest sign of the frenzy and the intense pressure that was snowballing each moment of the day.  The weight and anticipation of the appeal of the capital punishment star witnesses testimony had been destroyed since the last time court was in session.


  • thoughtsonanib 2w


    Never spoil a good boy,
    coz all his life he would have lived thinking that the last thing to do is to remain good...


  • reemalansarii 3w

    #suffering #arabic #arab #الابداع

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    المعاناة ام الابداع...

    Reem Al Ansari

  • deepakyadav 3w

    Uski un lehrati azad zulfon ne
     na jane kab hume kaid kar liya ,
    Are koi ja kar batao unhe ki kitne khubsurat dikhte hai wo
    uss befikr se saluk m

  • hopeful_dolphin 4w


    Teri khaatir to maine tujhse nafrat karna bhi seekh liya...
    Aur tu samajhti hai mujhe tujhse muhabbat hi nahi...

  • shahulmansha 5w

    Thanks to Mirakee!

    I know that, I don't have 1000 posts or 1000 followers now!
    These posts and followers are not my judges.
    I have to judge myself - yes, I am unique, my talents, my thoughts, my characters are...
    I share what I have already realised, to you all.
    So, I am thankful to everyone who supported me upto now, and then...
    My journey will continue forever...

    நன்றிகள் பல, மிராக்கியிற்கு!
    شكرا كثيرا لمراكي!
    (Thanks a lot, Mirakee!)


  • nothingness 6w

    #عربي #Arabic #poetry #شعر

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    هي هكذا الأيام تمضي في عجل !
    تتناثر الأحلام يسبقنا الأجل !
    نبكي ..
    وبين دموعنا ..
    أمل .. تمرد وارتحل !

  • thegirlwiththejumbledwords 9w

    Iss kadar Unke Tassavur me masroof hai
    Ki hakikat Ab Sarab Hai Aur Sarab hakikat...


  • tabishbutt 11w

    #urdushayari #quoteoftheday #bestquotes #instaurdu #punjabi #arabic #urdulovers #mh_pk #pakistani #اردوشاعری #اقوال #زریں #اردو #پاکستان #علامہ_اقبال #اردو_ادب #شاعری #پاکستانی #sadpoetry #sufism #lovepoetry #lines #words #goodlines #newlines #writters #islamic #post #islamicpost #urdupoetrylovers

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    Hai Barosa khuda pai to mat ro
    Maine barsaat main bhi dhoop ko nikaltai daikha hai


  • nourhanmamdouh 15w


    أخذت ما ليس لك حق به فلا تتعجب حين ياتي يوم يؤخذ منك ما كان من حقك...

  • mahaalajam 15w

    أحمل معي و في ثنايا ذاكرتي عطره أينما كنت
    أشعر به و بلمساته وهو بعيد عني كل البعد
    ضحكته لا تفارق مخيلتي
    عيونه و كلامهما
    رنين صوته الذي يطفئ النار بداخلي
    من الصعب الهروب منه
    هل هو وهم؟
    هل هو حقيقي؟
    هل هو كذبة؟

  • nessma_os 18w

    طوّر ذاتــك

    من الممكن للخسارة أن تبني شخصيتك وتجعلك أكثر نجاحًا. نعم! ما لا يقتلك يجعلك أقوى، أكثر تركيزًا، أكثر ابتكارًا، وأكثر إصرارًا على ملاحقة أحلامك. قد تكون في عجلة من أمرك وتريد النجاح حالًا، ولن يستطيع أحد أن يلومك على هذا، ولكن كن صبورًا، وسوف يتحول فشلك إلى نجاح.
    هنالك أوقات يجب عليك فيها أن تنتظر حتى يلتحق بك العالم توماس أديسون، الذي قام بعشرة آلاف محاولة فاشلة قبل أن يتمكن من ابتكار أول مصباح كهربائي، قال بأن معظم الأشخاص الذين يعتبرون أنفسهم فاشلين هم في الحقيقة لم يدركوا إلى أي درجة كانوا على مقربة من النجاح قبل أن يستسلموا ويحكموا على أنفسهم بالفشل.
    لن تعلم أبدًا ما ينتظرك في الزاوية القادمة. قد تكون الإجابة التي ستحقق كل أحلامك. لذلك عليك أن تبقى قويًا، وتستمر بالقتال. وإن فشلت و سقطت، ماذا يعني هذا؟ لقد قال أديسون أيضًا: “كل محاولة فاشلة هي خطوة للأمام”

  • 3eshtohayat 21w

    I love the pious people even though I am not one of them

    and i dislike the haram people even though i may be worse than them

  • 3eshtohayat 23w

    Give me years...so I can
    see the seasons
    Over and
    Over again

  • 3eshtohayat 23w

    How can I stay on the ground when all I know is flying

  • 3eshtohayat 23w

    Don't expect a calm life if your neglecting prayer

  • 3eshtohayat 23w

    When your on your own , the only thing that will save you is

    a good heart

  • 3eshtohayat 23w

    I am free no matter what rules surround me