DEARBORNISTAN: Dhimmi judge dismisses Muslim football players’ assault and battery charges against a non-Muslim player

A judge has dismissed assault and battery charges against four high school football players who were accused of starting an on-field brawl, saying, “although the students’ behavior on the field was deplorable, football is a brutally violent sport.

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CBS LOCAL   WWJ’s Florence Walton was in the courtroom when 20th District Judge Mark Plawecki dismissed the misdemeanor charges against the 17-year-old Star International Academy MUSLIM football players – Mohamed Elfatih Ahmed, Fanar Al-Furat Al-Asady, Hadee Mohamaud Attia and Ali Maniff Bajjey.

“If we criminalize these players’ actions, we criminalize nearly every football game ever played. If we criminalize these actions, we criminalize every pitcher who has intentionally thrown at a batter, and every vagrant elbow thrown beneath the basket,” said Plawecki.

The charges stem from an incident that occurred during the final minutes of a playoff game last year, as Star International Academy was about to be defeated by Westland Lutheran High School 47-6.

Referees told the players on the field that Westland’s quarterback was going to take a knee to run out the clock, are warned players not to react violently. Instead, police say several Star players burst through the offensive line and laid out the quarterback, 15-year-old P.J. Guse, who suffered a grade III concussion and missed some school as a result.

After a three-month investigation, the players were criminally charged by Dearborn Heights Police and Wayne County.

Diane Herra, who was at the game when violence erupted, said she was disappointed with the judge’s ruling. “This boy could not even walk to the benches, he kept falling because he was so hurt. So, I just don’t understand, just because, you know, it’s a Muslim school and we’re a Christian school,” said Herra.

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Dawud Walid, Executive Director of the terror linked CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) Michigan, said he is pleased with the judge’s decision.

“To have criminally charged these youths, treat them like adults, would be basically to decriminalize almost every football game that takes place on the collegiate level, high school level or professional level. So, we are pleased with the verdict today,” said Walid.