FORT DIX CASE
My name is Sulayman,Eljvir Duka.I am one of the defendants in the Fort Dix case. I and my co defendants still firmly proclaim our innocence and still strive to prove our innocence in the face of such stubborn injustice which we are tasting every single moment that we remain imprisoned. We certainly know that we are not alone in this and that we are one of many singing the same song.
I wish to proceed and make some points about what is going on in the hope that some things can become clear to the public. Our case and many others were purely politically motivated. It was not pursued in a moral, ethical code where you have law enforcement seeking to find crimes which were in progress by the criminals themselves and then law enforcement does its duty to prevent the crime. NO. Our case was pursued in a way where the end justifies the means. So whatever gave the F.B.I the end they wanted they were willing achieve it by any means. I just want to give you a brief background of the political situation during the time of our investigation. In the 2006 mid- term elections held in November, the republicans ran the risk of losing the house and the senate. The democrats were rallying with support. The republicans were so desperate to do anything to not lose control. In Arizona there was a tight race between a republican and a democrat. The Bush administration was worried. They contacted the Attorney General of Arizona who was also republican and asked him to open up a criminal investigation against the democrat and ordered him to come up with any criminal charges against him in order to ruin his campaign. But, the Attorney General was quite honest and refused to do so under such unethical, evil motives.