We have some rather stunning and almost unbelievable news that we need to report. Late last week, we were attacked and the code of our FFPC website at FLFamily.org was completely disabled and destroyed by a radical Muslim hacker.
However, I have learned that when you oppose radical Islam, there is a price…
Last Monday, the lawyer who represented Rifqa’s parents in Ohio – who claims to be a “Muslim scholar” – filed a $10 million lawsuit against me personally in Federal Court alleging “emotional distress” and “damage to reputation” for my some of my comments on one of the Fox News interviews. This same lawyer has filed multiple grievances against me with the Florida Bar, trying to have me disbarred or disciplined as an attorney.
In addition to all of this, last Friday a Muslim hacker somehow gained access to our FFPC website, (it appears through the server or some older code) and disabled the entire back-end controls on the site, erased most of the code, disabled the blog and left an obscene message on the events page explaining in broken English who he was and why he was hacking the site. Our web experts tell us that the seven-year-old site, which has served us well, is completely unusable and needs to be replaced.
Police report available on threats made by “Wouldn’t Hurt a Fly” “No Abuse to be Found” Mohamed Bary against Rifqa’s counselor, who believes that Mohamed Bary “is capable of harming her and is concerned by his statements”
Earlier this week we reported how Franklin County prosecutor Ron O’Brien had informed his staff that he would not be pressing charges against Rifqa Bary’s father, Mohamed Bary, for witness intimidation and menacing because “it would negatively impact the Muslim community”. Because of the threats made by Mohamed Bary against Rifqa’s state-appointed counselor, Jennifer Dorn, she refused to testify on Rifqa’s behalf in a scheduled hearing last week.
MyPetJawa has uncovered another interesting aspect of the Rifqa Bary case. Her father is accussed of witness intimidation but the state is refusing to prosecute because of “negative impact on the Muslim community.”
JAWA EXCLUSIVE: Court Docs – Rifqa Bary’s father, Mohamed Bary, threatened Rifqa’s counselor, who in fear refused to testify on her behalf; Prosecutor Ron O’Brien refuses to file charges because “it will negatively impact the Muslim community”
Yes, we’ve all been told by the Columbus Dispatch, the Orlando Sentinel and the St. Petersburg Times over the past year how Rifqa Bary’s father, Mohamed Bary, would never hurt a soul. But threaten a counselor to intimidate her into not testifying on her daughter’s behalf before a juvenile court judge – that is another matter.
That is the case laid out in court filings submitted last week in the Rifqa Bary custody case (Rifqa turns 18 tomorrow). According to those court documents, some still under court seal, Mohamed Bary threatened Rifqa’s counselor, Jennifer Dorn, through his own court-appointed counselor, saying that “bad things happen to people who testify”. As a result, Dorn steadfastly refuse to testify on Rifqa’s behalf in court last week in fear for her life as a magistrate considered whether to keep her in state custody until her 18th birthday tomorrow.
The countdown timer on this site will expire today. Tomorrow, Rifqa will turn 18 and be granted legal status as an adult. She is hoping to receive a juvenile immigration status today. Please stay in prayer for this to happen quickly.
Christmas arrived early this year for this brave, young ex-Muslim convert to Christianity. Judge Mary Goodrich in Columbus, Ohio, has just decided that Rifqa, who will turn eighteen in five days, does not have to return to her family (all of whom are here illegally from Sri Lanka). According to breaking local news,
“Goodrich also said it’s not in the girl’s best interest to return her to her native Sri Lanka. Bary is (also) an illegal immigrant. The ruling allows her attorneys to file for a special immigration status to allow her to stay in the U.S. while she continues medical treatment following recent surgery for uterine cancer.”
Allow me to congratulate her hard-working, dedicated, and skillful lawyers: Angela Lloyd and Kort Gatterdam. But most of all, allow me to congratulate Rifqa herself for her extraordinary strength and courage.
Stay on good terms with each other, held together by love. Be ready with a meal or a bed when it's needed. Why, some have extended hospitality to angels without ever knowing it! Regard prisoners as if you were in prison with them. Look on victims of abuse as if what happened to them had happened to you.