The Muslim terrorist-sympathizing female judge’s ruling granting Omar Ameen “withholding of removal” under the Convention Against Torture, holding that he cannot be sent back to Iraq because of the likelihood that he will be tortured upon return.
The US government argued that Ameen will likely be arrested upon removal to Iraq, but that he did not prove that he would suffer torture in custody of the Iraqi government. It also argued that he was ineligible for withholding of removal because of his involvement in terrorism. The judge rejected these arguments and granted Ameen relief from removal to Iraq. Ameen has been in custody on claims of terrorist activity since August 15, 2018.
Designated terrorist group CAIR will continue to try and get this terrorist released from jail and returned to his family.