Internet is demanding Justice For Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, a Saudi Arabian citizen convicted in 2012 of a possible mass destruction charge by a federal US court.
Khalid Aldawsari was convicted of purchasing IED (Improvised Explosive Device) like chemicals from a pharmacy and observing big targets like the residence of former US President George W. Bush, veterans posted in Abu Gharib and hydroelectric dams, and Dallas pubs.
Khalid was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2012 without parole. He was lawfully enrolled at South Plains College, Lubbock, Texas with a Student Visa. His attorney classified him as a “failure” and that he does not possess a threat to anyone.
Khalid Aldawsari is currently imprisoned at the US Penitentiary, Pollock, a high-security prison in Lousiana.
Quality Chemical Labaroraties Report
Khaled Aldawsari purchased the chemicals for allegedly making a bomb from Quality Chemical Laboratories, Wilmington, North Carolina.
FBI sent the chemicals brought by Khalid back to the lab for investigation purposes. Upon inspection, the Lab clarified that the sheer amount of compounds purchased by Khalid were not enough to make a bomb.
The lab published a letter stating, “Regarding Khalid Aldawsari investigation, the chemicals sent to our laboratory were received and reviewed. After the analysis was identified that the materials were not mixed and their proportions are not enough to make an explosive material.”
#JusticeForKhalid: Internet Demands Justice
The USA is going through a rough period in its history, with protests and riots erupted all over the nation. The death of several black people by ‘White’ policemen, death of black trans people, a black man found hanging to a tree in Palmdale, etc., has drastically changed the scenario in the United States of America.
America is infamous for treating Muslims badly. In the past, there have been incidents when Muslims were checked individually at airports during immigration, randomly asked for their documents without a warrant or possible reasons, etc.
Amid all these protests and BLM movement, people have forgotten about the wrongfully convicted Saudi Arabian student Khalid Aldawsari. So, the internet has once again joined hands in hands to demand justice for an innocent person.
#JusticeForKhaled is trending #1 worldwide on Twitter. The micro-blogging platform is flooded with tweets proving Khalid’s innocence. Check out some the tweets below.
— ﮼اثير،ناصر✨ (@ard_633) June 17, 2020
— غلا الشهراني🇸🇦 (@vuaiuy) June 17, 2020
— عبدالكريم #العالمي 💙 (@abdulkarim_1423) June 17, 2020
imagine studying abroad, ordering some chemicals for your expirememt because you’re LITERALLY a STUDENT just for you to be accused of creating explosives because you’re a muslim #JusticeForKhaled !!!! pic.twitter.com/qRX7JL8Uoz
— mona (@qtmonaa) June 17, 2020
The worst thing that a person can go through is to be deprived of his freedom while he is innocent. We ask the American judiciary to reconsider the Khaled case! pic.twitter.com/DCe4iVyJJ9
— َ (@7illf) June 17, 2020
People ask the American judiciary to release Khali Ali-M Aldawsari with all charges dropped.
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