The Alabama woman, who wanted to leave for America after leaving ISIS, should be able to face the US criminal justice system, says a Democratic senator.
Comments by Alabama Senator Doug Jones, on the other hand, are commented on by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and President Trump, both of whom had promised to keep Hoda Muthana away from the US soil.
"While I certainly understand the initial reaction to returning Hoda Muthana to the United States, I am concerned that it is wrong for someone who has committed crimes against the people of that country to stay out of the reach of our justice system, and that he sends the wrong message, "Jones said in a statement to AL.com on Sunday." My point is you should absolutely be brought to justice for instigating violence against Americans and this would send out a strong message that every American who supports a terrorist organization is fully persecuted by the law. "
ISIS BRAUTS FATHER TRUMPF, US, TO RESTORE IT. Muthana's father filed a lawsuit last week against his daughter and her 1
A lawyer representing Muthana's family also told Fox News that she was "willing to pay all the debts she has to society" – even if it means serving one Long term prison sentence.
In 2015, Muthana allegedly operated a Twitter account that at least once tried to incite Americans into violent acts on national holidays.
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"Americans are awakening, men and women together, they have much to do while they live among our greatest enemy, enough of their sleep!" She once wrote , according to The Guardian. "Go on, drive away and spill everything from their blood or hire a big truck and drive over them – veterans, patriots, memorial, etc. Day … Kill them."
Jones told AL. "But I can not speak with the facts about Muthana's citizenship, as a former US attorney I have full confidence in our judicial system to hold her accountable for her actions if she returns to the United States."