Judge Gives Convicted ISIS Terrorist Reduced Sentence for Being Polite in Court…

Erick Jamal Hendricks (38) of Charlotte, North Carolina, (pictured left) was sentenced to 15 years in prison for attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State.

Last year a jury in Akron Ohio convicted Hendricks after he recruited a guy named Amir Al-Ghazi to carry out a terrorist attack in the U.S.  Hendricks sentencing was today.

At Hendricks instruction another terrorist named Al-Ghazi attempted to purchase an AK-47 to carry out an attack.

Al-Ghazi was stopped by undercover federal law enforcement after it was discovered that he had pledged allegiance to ISIS in social media and made statements expressing interest in conducting attacks in the U.S.

Hendricks had contacted Al-Ghazi over social media to recruit him in the spring of 2015. Hendricks allegedly told Al-Ghazi that he “needed people” and wanted to meet in person; that there were several “brothers” located in Texas and Mexico; that he was attempting to “get brothers to meet face to face;” and that he wanted “to get brothers to train together,” according to court documents and trial testimony.  (link)

Erick Jamal Hendricks was convicted of his role in inspiring, aiding, plotting and facilitating the foiled ISIS attack.

However, when it came to sentencing:

U.S. District Judge John Adams noted the actions Hendricks was convicted of performing, but also noted that Hendricks’ actions in court were respectful, and that he carried himself with “a certain quiet dignity.”

So the judge reduced Hendricks sentence from 30 years in prison to 15 years for being nice in court.

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66 Responses to Judge Gives Convicted ISIS Terrorist Reduced Sentence for Being Polite in Court…

  1. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Was Judge Adams threatened by Hendricks’ “brothers”?

    Liked by 9 people

  2. redtreesquirrel says:

    We’re all getting too used to these kinds of sentences by corrupt judges. It’s tearing the fabric of society apart.

    Liked by 15 people

    • Milo says:

      Usually there is a fat envelope under the floor mat of the judges’ cars.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Agreed!
      But look on the bright side!….
      Now Hendricks has only 15 years to indoctrinate other inmates about the beauties of jihad instead of 30 / sarc

      Liked by 8 people

    • decisiontime16 says:

      John Randell Adams (born 1955) is a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.

      On January 7, 2003, Adams was nominated by President George W. Bush to a seat on the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio vacated by George Washington White. Adams was confirmed by the United States Senate on February 10, 2003, and received his commission on February 12, 2003.

      I copied and pasted this sentence below from the article. Sounds like this judge is a little flaky.

      “The panels ordered Adams to undergo a mental-health examination, and the judge sued in federal court in Washington, D.C. to fight the order.[4]”

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_R._Adams

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      • spoogels says:

        The panels ordered Adams to undergo a mental-health examination, and the judge sued in federal court in Washington, D.C. to fight the order.[4]

        In 2015, the 6th Circuit removed Adams from hearing a lawsuit filed by a group of firefighters against the city of Akron alleging discrimination in the city’s promotion process. The court ruled that Adams “contributed greatly” to delays in what ended up being litigation that stretched out over a decade.[5]

        An appeals court in 2016 forced Adams to recuse himself from a criminal case involving a man charged with creating and passing counterfeit money. Adams had refused to step aside even after the defendant claimed he frequently used heroin with the judge’s brother and nephew.[6]

        In 2018, a federal appeals court removed Adams from hearing the case of two men arrested with more than 200 pounds of cocaine to Cleveland, saying that Adams appeared ready to give harsh sentences before he had all the necessary information. The panel ruled the case must be reassigned “to maintain the integrity of our judicial system and to ensure that these cases are heard by a judge whose impartiality cannot reasonably be questioned.” [3]

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      • guest4ever says:

        Oh peachy…………….!

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    • Leane Kamari says:

      These judges are brainwashed or dead inside.

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  3. MattyIce says:

    Disbar him IMMEDIATELY. He’s obviously unfit for his job.

    Liked by 11 people

  4. Janie M. says:

    Interesting article regarding Judge Adams. I am not familiar with the site discussing the judge:

    U.S. Judge John Adams of Akron, OH; loony loser

    The state of Illinois presented John R. Adams with a law license in 1983 after he graduated from the University of Akron School of Law.

    Former President George W. Bush was duped into appointing Johnny to a seat as a U.S. District Court Judge for the Northern District of Ohio in 2003. Johnny didn’t get the appointment because he was the most qualified lawyer in the greater Akron area. He got it because he had proven to be a reliable lackey for the local political hacks.

    In one matter, a federal court disciplinary panel has ordered that Johnny submit to a mental health evaluation relating to a series of actions the panel found problematic, including his threat to hold a magistrate judge in contempt for missing a filing deadline.

    Johnny’s erratic and bullying conduct has been going on for several years according to those who were unfortunate to have had to practice their trade in his so-called courtroom.

    The panel went to state that Johnny committed misconduct when he refused to submit to a psychological examination as ordered earlier. (Up Yours, said Johnny!)

    As we speak (ca. August 2017), Arrogant Johnny continues to sit a U.S. District Court Judge for the Northern District of Ohio in Akron, Ohio.

    http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=18846:-us-judge-john-adams-of-akron-oh-loony-loser

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  5. GB Bari says:

    Here is the Judges’s conclusions from the August 2016 Detention Hearing, in the official Order document signed by Judge Adams on Sept. 7, 2016:

    https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCOURTS-ohnd-1_16-cr-00265/pdf/USCOURTS-ohnd-1_16-cr-00265-0.pdf

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    • singularZoe says:

      So I suppose this Isis creep would be polite as he slit someone’s throat and beheaded them? This judge sould be impeached or however they get rid of them, and I wish he could be charged with something legally besides.

      Liked by 7 people

  6. Justice Warrior says:

    Sickening!

    Liked by 2 people

  7. GB Bari says:

    So when is the earliest that this “polite and dignified” terrorist can get out of prison to plan more mayhem and murder?

    Liked by 3 people

  8. petermc3 says:

    I was very respectful in traffic court years ago, the judge complimented me on my deportment and how well I represented my case In proving to the judge the ticket wasn’t mine.,.. He then said pay the fine. Alluh Akbar!!!

    Liked by 8 people

  9. petermc3 says:

    I was very respectful in traffic court years ago, the judge complimented me on my deportment and how well I represented my case In proving to the judge the ticket wasn’t mine.,.. He then said pay the fine. Alluh Akbar!!!

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  10. Genie says:

    I can’t hide my soft bigotry of high expectations for our judiciary. Yes, I’m a chump, and fooled again.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. bofh says:

    Can the prosecution appeal the sentence to a higher court?

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Yes, but NOT based on leniency. There would have to be some legal basis, e.g. the sentence is in violation of some law or statute.

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  12. Have Gun Will Travel says:

    And some people wonder why SF Major Golsteyn did what he did.

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  13. Perot Conservative says:

    Michael Savage says Liberalism is a mental Disorder.

    Liked by 6 people

  14. Blind no longer says:

    We should pass a law that holds these bleeding heart liberal judges accountable if someone else is harmed or killed due to the lenient sentences they hand out. They wouldn’t be so quick then to lighten anyone’s sentence like this. He’s a damn terrorist recruiter! WTH???

    Liked by 5 people

  15. Sunshine says:

    Sounds like he is now in the early stages of Alzheimer.

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  16. G3 says:

    “a certain quiet dignity” wink, wink, nod, nod
    I reckon “dogma is not strong with him”.

    Liked by 3 people

  17. nuthinmuffin says:

    appointed by fake conservatives george w bush…any questions

    Liked by 8 people

  18. Glenna McCormack says:

    Herman Goering had quiet dignity at the Nuremburg trials.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. free73735 says:

    I always enjoy Sundance & crew”s pictures in addition to the articles. I have always “like” this cat however, I am beginning to wonder if this going to become a permanent station in life??

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  20. Carson Napier says:

    “Erick Jamal Hendricks was convicted of his role in inspiring, aiding, plotting and facilitating the foiled ISIS attack.”

    We will never know if an attack was actually foiled. The FBI likes to string these big mouths along along and then arrest them and claim they just saved America … … yet again. The FBI needs the positive PR, of course, to divert attention from the fact they (with the DOJ and Mueller/Weissman) are a criminal organization themselves.. .. the largest and most powerful, and increasingly Gestapo like (see Roger Stone), criminal organization this nation has ever known..

    Liked by 3 people

    • hoghead says:

      Of course, we’re only talking about the leadership; the field agents are sterling silver, and unlike the rest of us, never fell in sin. [sarc/off]

      (I could SCREAM every time I hear Hannity and others blather this…)

      Liked by 3 people

  21. anniefannie says:

    Once again, one set of standards for Democrat supported ISIS members and another set for the rest of the country.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. quintrillion says:

    USA spends trillions on the “War on Terror” over in the M-E and Somalia and Libya and Afghanistan and Syria and Iraq. Many of our great young men and killed and maimed.

    Then WHY are these people allowed in to our country>>>??? While here they practice stealth jihad just waiting for the demographics to favor them and then they will take over. They do not assimilate into our American culture but continue to influence our institutions to change for them. Universities install foot baths for them,

    This is outrageous. This terrorist will become more radicalized in prison and probably be out in 7 years because of “good behavior”. Stealth Jihad is happening because of liberal judges and ignorance of how these people operate. The laws must change or these people need to be forced out of the USA

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  23. Kenji says:

    And Jew-HATING Nation of Islam men wear bow ties and suit jackets … do they get a pass too?

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Akindole says:

    The phrase “I’m with Kasich” comes to mind for some odd reason. Can’t put my finger on it.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. Jederman says:

    Anyone who’s been to Afghanistan or IQ has seen that same ““certain quiet dignity” and knew that all it meant was we have the upper hand now and he has no choice but to be cool, but when he gets the chance he’ll be back to try and waste us.

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  26. cplogics says:

    Maybe Judge Adams’ father was a mailman.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. namberak says:

    In a just universe, which of course, this is not one, the judge would end up as this thug’s cellie.

    Liked by 4 people

  28. CNY3 says:

    Unfkngbelievable.

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  29. strangebrwer57 says:

    He could have sprayed axe body spray on his ass American judges love that sh!t

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  30. SarahB says:

    In the Brisbane Times today I read that a guy threw a 21 year old women off the 11th floor of a hotel but he’s been granted bail on the condition that he tell any potential sexual partners what the reason for his bail is. It didn’t say if he had to tell them while they were still on the 1st floor or not.
    Yep, it’s not just us.

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  31. ForGodandCountry says:

    Appointed by W.

    From the judge’s Wikipedia page….

    “In 2013, an appeals court admonished Adams for publicly reprimanding federal public defender Debra Migdal for issuing subpoenas in a criminal case, writing that the judge abused his discretion and that he “relied on clearly erroneous factual findings.”[3]

    Two judicial conduct panels have found Adams committed misconduct when he issued an order in 2013 to a magistrate judge who missed a deadline to submit a report and recommendation in a Social Security case. Both reports also referenced other examples of problematic behavior, from being unwilling to engage with his colleagues on the bench, being hostile toward magistrate judges or, in one instance, blocking in an intern’s car when the intern accidentally parked in Adams’ space.[3]

    The panels ordered Adams to undergo a mental-health examination, and the judge sued in federal court in Washington, D.C. to fight the order.[4]

    In 2015, the 6th Circuit removed Adams from hearing a lawsuit filed by a group of firefighters against the city of Akron alleging discrimination in the city’s promotion process. The court ruled that Adams “contributed greatly” to delays in what ended up being litigation that stretched out over a decade.[5]

    An appeals court in 2016 forced Adams to recuse himself from a criminal case involving a man charged with creating and passing counterfeit money. Adams had refused to step aside even after the defendant claimed he frequently used heroin with the judge’s brother and nephew.[6]

    In 2018, a federal appeals court removed Adams from hearing the case of two men arrested with more than 200 pounds of cocaine to Cleveland, saying that Adams appeared ready to give harsh sentences before he had all the necessary information. The panel ruled the case must be reassigned “to maintain the integrity of our judicial system and to ensure that these cases are heard by a judge whose impartiality cannot reasonably be questioned.” [3]

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  32. mikeyboo says:

    This judge should be required to spend the years in prison he deducted from this bastard’s sentence.

    Liked by 3 people

  33. jeans2nd says:

    Not one word of this on the local news. None. Zip. Zero. Nada. Anyone surprised?
    Summit County is a hotbed of Democrat pay-for-play politics. Anyone heard of Rep Marcia Fudge? Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic? There are so many more. This judge was bought and paid for.
    Do not doubt me, you will be proven incorrect.

    “”Justice Department attorney Rebecca Magnone said at trial that Hendricks had plans to buy land off the grid in rural areas in California and New Mexico to train recruits.”” https://www.cleveland.com/court-justice/2019/02/man-who-tried-to-create-isis-inspired-terror-cell-in-us-gets-15-years-in-prison-half-of-what-feds-sought.html

    Ah, the good old New Mexico ISIS training grounds. Good times, huh? Memories…
    What fun the ISIS folks must be having in New Mexico. New recruits arriving daily, families in tow.
    Without this guy’s company, for now anyway.
    He will be back, sooner rather than later.

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  34. Doc says:

    Sounds like British justice

    Liked by 2 people

  35. BitterC says:

    He wanted to get the brothers in Texas and MEXICO together to train? Mexico? Huh.

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