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Muslim on trial for plot to behead Pamela Geller: I was living in a ‘fantasy’

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Wright had a “fantasy” of beheading me. He could have fantasized about anything: travel to exotic places, spending time with wonderful people, having exciting adventures. Only in Islam does someone’s “fantasy” revolve around bloodshed and death.

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“Man on trial in beheading plot: I was living in a ‘fantasy,'” Associated Press, October 11, 2017:

A Massachusetts man on trial for participating in a plot to behead conservative blogger Pamela Geller said Wednesday that he was living in a “fantasy” world and never wanted to hurt anyone.

David Wright admitted sharing Islamic State propaganda online and discussing an attack against Geller. But he insisted he didn’t actually support the terror group and that his conversations about violence were just “trash talk” fueled by a desperate desire for attention.

“I said a lot of fantastical things about what I intended, where I wanted to go and where I wanted to travel, and it was never real,” said Wright, who was wearing a plaid shirt and black sweater vest when he took the stand in the Boston’s federal courthouse. “It was fantasy,” he said.

Wright, 28, is charged with obstruction of justice, conspiring to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization and conspiring to commit acts of terrorism transcending national boundaries. He could face up to life in prison if convicted.

Prosecutors say Wright, his uncle and a third man agreed to kill Geller after she planned a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas in 2015. During the contest, two other men opened fire outside and wounded a security guard before they were killed in a shootout with law enforcement assigned to guard the event. The beheading plot against Geller was never carried out.

Days later, Wright’s uncle, Ussamah Rahim, told Wright in a phone call that he couldn’t wait to attack Geller and decided instead to go after “those boys in blue.” Hours later, Rahim was approached by officers in a Boston parking lot and was fatally shot after he pulled out a knife and moved toward them, officials say.

Wright said he didn’t believe his uncle was serious about the attack on police and broke down in tears on the stand as he discussed his death.

“I lost someone who was very close to me because I was so deluded and self-centered that I couldn’t see beyond my own need for attention,” Wright said.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephanie Siegmann asked Wright pointed questions about documents found on his computer, including one that encouraged Islamic State followers to kill Americans when they are walking in the streets, “thinking they are safe.” Wright also had a folder on his computer that included tweets sent by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who was convicted in the Boston Marathon bombing.

Siegmann pulled out the three large hunting knives Wright’s uncle bought and asked Wright whether the weapons were real. She also pressed Wright about videos on his computer, including ones that showed Islamic State members beheading people on a beach.

“It was not fantasy to you that they were dying, was it?” Siegmann asked.

Wright acknowledged telling his uncle that it was a “beautiful moment” when he heard of his plan to attack police. He also admitted to wiping the documents from his computer, transferring all of his Islamic State materials to a thumb drive after learning his uncle had been killed….

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  • Liatris Spicata

    I consider it quite possible that “it was fantasy and it was never real”. But, while I haven’t seen the evidence, I also suspect had he been able to actualize his fantasy, he would have rejoiced in his “victory” of murdering the much-despised Pamela Geller, even if he was engaging in some sort of fantasy.

    There is a bit of Walter Mitty in us all, but particularly among those with addled minds, the distinction between fantasy and reality is often blurry. For Pamela, the death would have been very real.

  • Suresh

    And the Islamonazi Pope wants christians to bring in more of his islamonazi friends. while the hypocrite hides behind personal security and 40 feet high walls !

    And now he even questions christians on their faith http://tinyurl.com/ydy8fkhl

    Its like he has sold his soul to Left/Islam agenda and only foolish ignorant christians are foolishly treating him with respect he does not deserve.

  • Dave Quilty

    This story is being ignored in the local Boston Press , I can’t find coverage in either of the two major newspapers nor did I hear it covered on the top news radio nor the top radio talk show… I guess a beheading plot is too common place these days to be bothered; pathetic.

    • Liatris Spicata

      I guess a beheading plot is too common place these days to be bothered; pathetic.

      No, Dave, if it were some “right winger” on trial for attempting to behead a hajib wearing muslima, there wouild be intense (even Global, hehe) media interest. As it is, it’s just a Jew with white privilege. More than pathetic- it’s disgusting.

  • Wulf2000

    If everything fails, play the victim to get sympathy.

  • Facebook User

    “Only in Islam does someone’s “fantasy” revolve around bloodshed and death.”
    Sounds like the Nazis in Germany.

  • Sunshine Kid

    Life is no fantasy, and neither are consequences of your acts. You have some serious punishment coming, fool.

  • He is responsible for his own ‘Fantasy’. He must be having another fantasy if he thinks we will believe him.

  • Mark Huber

    In my eyes, plotting murder is a capital crime, punishable by execution.

  • garry pollack

    it’s all a terrible misunderstanding…everybody shake hands & go home…

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