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August 25, 2006

Letter to Judge Koeltl

Judge Koeltl,

My name is G.S. and I am a United States Navy submariner stationed in Pearl Harbor Hawaii. I am writing this letter to ask that you give Lynne Stewart the maximum penalty allowable for her offenses on September 25 of this year.

Her traitorous actions are a disgrace to herself and to the sick minds that propagate her ignoble cause. I am at the twilight of a 20 year career of naval service and I have had to deal with the repercussions of military traitors who sell our secrets to foreign governments. I have had deployments extended, liberty secured and adopted new measures of security every time a traitor held his own ideologies above his countrymen’s.

Lynne Stewart has done something far worse than sell military secrets. She helped the enemy plan attacks against her own countrymen. She feels no remorse and thinks that cowardly attacks against purported powers that make the United States an evil place are justifiable.
"I don’t believe in anarchistic violence, but in directed violence. That would be violence directed at the institutions which perpetuate capitalism, racism, and sexism, and the people who are the appointed guardians of those institutions, and accompanied by popular support." -Lynne Stewart

Sadly, she has no patience to change people’s minds through peaceful methods. She believes the only way to change things is by violence- by killing innocent people.

Again, I humbly ask that you give her the maximum sentence allowable so that it sends a clear message to the people who harbor and help terrorists.



  1. There's an interesting article on Lynne Stewart and the Center for Constitutional Rights that was put out by Capital Research Center.
    Here is the Web address:

  2. Excellent artice, anon. I found it interesting that she was to read children's stories to kids in Brooklyn as part of her punishment. WTF?

    What is it with moonbat, tree-hugging, terrorist abetting assholes that compell them to look like they have been living in the woods for monthsj on end. The least Stewart could have done was shave her freakishly thick facial hair before the photos were taken.