Samer Issawi is a Palestinian Arab freedom fighter, and not, as categorized by Zionist occupation authorities, a terrorist. Issawi has been detained by “Israeli” Zionist occupation authorities without any charges whatsoever. He was detained again without charge on 7 July 2012, and has been refusing food since August 2012 in protest to his arbitrary detention.
Samer Issawi is in a critical health condition as he had already passed 207 days on a hunger strike in protest of his unjustified detention after his release as a part of the Zionist soldier Gilad Shalit swap while in military action, but was detained again without charge on 7 July 2012 and has been refusing food since August 2012 in protest of his detention.
We repeat he is in a critical health condition. He is losing his vision, vomiting blood and lapsing in and out of consciousness in addition to various other deadly health difficulties.
Basically what happened here is a Jewish-Australian Mossad agent betrayed the agency by spilling the beans to the Australians about a plan to set up a fake electronics company to sell equipment to Iran. Israel threw him in prison then murdered him in his cell…. I mean, no, they threw him in prison under maximum security and then while under surveillance by four cameras he was somehow able to hang himself and nobody noticed for an hour. Yeah, that’s what happened. Uh huh.
After blowing open the trunk, police discovered what they called “rocket-propelled flares, an extendable baton and tear-gas canisters.” They charged Salguero with weapons violations and possession of destructive devices, and took him to the Camden County Jail on $35,000 bail.
The flares, he said, are commonly used as distress signals, and the “tear-gas canisters” were merely larger pepper-spray cans. Salguero said he forgot the baton was in the car, but claimed that it serves the same practical purpose as rope or a pry-bar.
“If there’s a car accident and something’s on fire and there’s leaking fuel, I want to be able to affect a rescue of that person. A baton is there to break the windows,” he said. “There’s no problem [with having a baton] here in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, but in the state of New Jersey the people are much closer to the slave state. Slaves are not allowed to be armed . . . at all.”
Salguero said the incident in Somerdale was about “control,” noting that he’s also a member of an organization called CopBlock.org, a website that aims to “highlight the double standard that some grant to those with badges by pointing to and supporting those harmed.”
“I’m not anti-cop; I’m anti-tyranny,” he said.