Terrorist law firm turns a profit while Middle East pays

Terrorist law firm turns a profit while Middle East pays
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Arani & Co who represent Abu Hanza state on their website “We deal with numerous high profile and complex cases, as is reported in the press continuously. We have a wealth of experience in dealing with anti-terrorism cases; we represented Sulayman Zain-ul-abidin the first Muslim to be charged, tried and acquitted after September 11th in the UK”
This is very commendable but also very profitable, the company, received almost £1 million last year in legal aid from the UK government who are legally required to grant aid where the defendant is deemed unable to do so.
According to the media the lawyer who represented Abu Hanza earned nearly £500,000 in fees since 2000 to act on his behalf. In January 2012 alone Ms. Arani, owner of the firm is reported to have earned almost £345,000.

jamessmith (not verified) Tue, 09/25/2012 - 12:18

If they are alleged anything, they should be entitled to legal aid.
Once they have ceased to be alleged, and have become, actual terrorists, the full weight of the law should be brought to bear.

Paul Orr (not verified) Sun, 07/01/2012 - 12:27

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