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Leroy N. Soetoro
2019-12-01 21:18:40 UTC
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The family of a woman brutally murdered is furious after learning that one
of the men being hailed as a hero in the Friday terrorist knife attack on
London Bridge was the murderer they thought was in jail.

Amanda Champion, a disabled 21-year-old woman, was killed by James Ford in
2003. Ford ran into Amanda in the woods in Kent and proceeded to strangle
her and slit her throat, according to the BBC. Amanda's body was
discovered three weeks later, badly decomposed. Ford was discovered as the
prime suspect after he made several calls to a charity confessing the
crime and threatening to kill himself.

Ford, now 42, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime in 2004
with the judge recommending that he serve a minimum of 15 years in prison.
Ford was free on prison day release on Friday when he witnessed Usman Khan
violently attack pedestrians on London Bridge with a knife. Ford and
several other people intervened in the attack to subdue Khan until police
arrived and gunned him down. At the time of his arrest, police described
Ford's actions as "motiveless crime and a senseless crime” and described
him personally as a “very dangerous man."

Khan, 28, was also out of prison serving only six years of a nearly two-
decade sentence after being convicted of "terror-related charges" in 2012.
He and Ford attended the same prison sponsored educational event the day
of the attack.

A police liaison contacted Amanda's family to inform them that Ford had
been spotted on television with the other bystanders being hailed as
heroes. "He is not a hero. He is a murderer out on day release, which us
as a family didn’t know anything about. He murdered a disabled girl,"
Amanda's aunt Angela Cox said to the Daily Mail. "He is not a hero,
absolutely not. I don’t care what he’s done today, he’s a murderer."
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Jade Helm
2019-12-02 05:28:21 UTC
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The family of a woman brutally murdered is furious after learning that one
of the men being hailed as a hero in the Friday terrorist knife attack on
London Bridge was the murderer they thought was in jail.
Amanda Champion, a disabled 21-year-old woman, was killed by James Ford in
2003. Ford ran into Amanda in the woods in Kent and proceeded to strangle
her and slit her throat, according to the BBC. Amanda's body was
discovered three weeks later, badly decomposed. Ford was discovered as the
prime suspect after he made several calls to a charity confessing the
crime and threatening to kill himself.
Ford, now 42, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime in 2004
with the judge recommending that he serve a minimum of 15 years in prison.
Ford was free on prison day release on Friday when he witnessed Usman Khan
violently attack pedestrians on London Bridge with a knife. Ford and
several other people intervened in the attack to subdue Khan until police
arrived and gunned him down. At the time of his arrest, police described
Ford's actions as "motiveless crime and a senseless crime” and described
him personally as a “very dangerous man."
Khan, 28, was also out of prison serving only six years of a nearly two-
decade sentence after being convicted of "terror-related charges" in 2012.
He and Ford attended the same prison sponsored educational event the day
of the attack.
A police liaison contacted Amanda's family to inform them that Ford had
been spotted on television with the other bystanders being hailed as
heroes. "He is not a hero. He is a murderer out on day release, which us
as a family didn’t know anything about. He murdered a disabled girl,"
Amanda's aunt Angela Cox said to the Daily Mail. "He is not a hero,
absolutely not. I don’t care what he’s done today, he’s a murderer."
Ford paid his debt to society for a crime he committed 15 years ago and
through his actions, probably saved lives and prevented more stabbings.
It seems he has turned his life around and risked his life to stop more
knife attacks on innocent civilians. Kind of strange thata "police
liason" decided to call a cousin of the woman murdered 15 years ago so
she could contact the lugenpress and try to detract from an otherwise
civic act of heroism. Ford deserves credit for his act, IMHO.
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2019-12-02 07:53:44 UTC
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was-hero-who-tackled-london-terrorist
The family of a woman brutally murdered is furious after learning that one
of the men being hailed as a hero in the Friday terrorist knife attack on
London Bridge was the murderer they thought was in jail.
Amanda Champion, a disabled 21-year-old woman, was killed by James Ford in
2003. Ford ran into Amanda in the woods in Kent and proceeded to strangle
her and slit her throat, according to the BBC. Amanda's body was
discovered three weeks later, badly decomposed. Ford was discovered as the
prime suspect after he made several calls to a charity confessing the
crime and threatening to kill himself.
Ford, now 42, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime in 2004
with the judge recommending that he serve a minimum of 15 years in prison.
Ford was free on prison day release on Friday when he witnessed Usman Khan
violently attack pedestrians on London Bridge with a knife. Ford and
several other people intervened in the attack to subdue Khan until police
arrived and gunned him down. At the time of his arrest, police described
Ford's actions as "motiveless crime and a senseless crime” and described
him personally as a “very dangerous man."
Khan, 28, was also out of prison serving only six years of a nearly two-
decade sentence after being convicted of "terror-related charges" in 2012.
He and Ford attended the same prison sponsored educational event the day
of the attack.
A police liaison contacted Amanda's family to inform them that Ford had
been spotted on television with the other bystanders being hailed as
heroes. "He is not a hero. He is a murderer out on day release, which us
as a family didn’t know anything about. He murdered a disabled girl,"
Amanda's aunt Angela Cox said to the Daily Mail. "He is not a hero,
absolutely not. I don’t care what he’s done today, he’s a murderer."
Ford paid his debt to society for a crime he committed 15 years ago
He hasn't paid his debt to society for the crime he committed 15 years ago.

He was out on "day release" at the time.

The crime he had committed indicates that he is sick in his head. His
life should have been taken away like the victim he had murdered. It is
irresponsible to let him out to endanger the lives of sane people in the
society.

Exodus 21:24New International Version (NIV)

eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,
Post by Jade Helm
and through his actions, probably saved lives and prevented more
stabbings. It seems he has turned his life around and risked his life
to stop more knife attacks on innocent civilians.  Kind of strange
thata  "police liason" decided to call a cousin of the woman murdered
15 years ago so she could contact the lugenpress and try to detract
from an otherwise civic act of heroism.  Ford deserves credit for his
act, IMHO.
Please note that: "Usman Khan and James Ford attended the same prison
sponsored educational event the day of the attack".

How do you know that James Ford didn't promise Usman Khan that they
would be a "knifing duo" together?

How do you know that James Ford didn't set his buddy up to be a patsy so
that he could become a "hero"?
Jade Helm
2019-12-02 19:39:02 UTC
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Post by Jade Helm
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/convicted-murderer-on-day-release-
was-hero-who-tackled-london-terrorist
The family of a woman brutally murdered is furious after learning that one
of the men being hailed as a hero in the Friday terrorist knife attack on
London Bridge was the murderer they thought was in jail.
Amanda Champion, a disabled 21-year-old woman, was killed by James Ford in
2003. Ford ran into Amanda in the woods in Kent and proceeded to strangle
her and slit her throat, according to the BBC. Amanda's body was
discovered three weeks later, badly decomposed. Ford was discovered as the
prime suspect after he made several calls to a charity confessing the
crime and threatening to kill himself.
Ford, now 42, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime in 2004
with the judge recommending that he serve a minimum of 15 years in prison.
Ford was free on prison day release on Friday when he witnessed Usman Khan
violently attack pedestrians on London Bridge with a knife. Ford and
several other people intervened in the attack to subdue Khan until police
arrived and gunned him down. At the time of his arrest, police described
Ford's actions as "motiveless crime and a senseless crime” and described
him personally as a “very dangerous man."
Khan, 28, was also out of prison serving only six years of a nearly two-
decade sentence after being convicted of "terror-related charges" in 2012.
He and Ford attended the same prison sponsored educational event the day
of the attack.
A police liaison contacted Amanda's family to inform them that Ford had
been spotted on television with the other bystanders being hailed as
heroes. "He is not a hero. He is a murderer out on day release, which us
as a family didn’t know anything about. He murdered a disabled girl,"
Amanda's aunt Angela Cox said to the Daily Mail. "He is not a hero,
absolutely not. I don’t care what he’s done today, he’s a murderer."
Ford paid his debt to society for a crime he committed 15 years ago
He hasn't paid his debt to society for the crime he committed 15 years ago.
He was out on "day release" at the time.
The crime he had committed indicates that he is sick in his head. His
life should have been taken away like the victim he had murdered. It is
irresponsible to let him out to endanger the lives of sane people in the
society.
Exodus 21:24New International Version (NIV)
eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,
Post by Jade Helm
and through his actions, probably saved lives and prevented more
stabbings. It seems he has turned his life around and risked his life
to stop more knife attacks on innocent civilians.  Kind of strange
thata  "police liason" decided to call a cousin of the woman murdered
15 years ago so she could contact the lugenpress and try to detract
from an otherwise civic act of heroism.  Ford deserves credit for his
act, IMHO.
Please note that: "Usman Khan and James Ford attended the same prison
sponsored educational event the day of the attack".
How do you know that James Ford didn't promise Usman Khan that they
would be a "knifing duo" together?
How do you know that James Ford didn't set his buddy up to be a patsy so
that he could become a "hero"?
Judge not, lest ye be judged.
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invaded, colonized and replaced."

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JNugent
2019-12-02 20:13:39 UTC
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Post by Jade Helm
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/convicted-murderer-on-day-release-
was-hero-who-tackled-london-terrorist
The family of a woman brutally murdered is furious after learning that one
of the men being hailed as a hero in the Friday terrorist knife attack on
London Bridge was the murderer they thought was in jail.
Amanda Champion, a disabled 21-year-old woman, was killed by James Ford in
2003. Ford ran into Amanda in the woods in Kent and proceeded to strangle
her and slit her throat, according to the BBC. Amanda's body was
discovered three weeks later, badly decomposed. Ford was discovered as the
prime suspect after he made several calls to a charity confessing the
crime and threatening to kill himself.
Ford, now 42, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime in 2004
with the judge recommending that he serve a minimum of 15 years in prison.
Ford was free on prison day release on Friday when he witnessed Usman Khan
violently attack pedestrians on London Bridge with a knife. Ford and
several other people intervened in the attack to subdue Khan until police
arrived and gunned him down. At the time of his arrest, police described
Ford's actions as "motiveless crime and a senseless crime” and described
him personally as a “very dangerous man."
Khan, 28, was also out of prison serving only six years of a nearly two-
decade sentence after being convicted of "terror-related charges" in 2012.
He and Ford attended the same prison sponsored educational event the day
of the attack.
A police liaison contacted Amanda's family to inform them that Ford had
been spotted on television with the other bystanders being hailed as
heroes. "He is not a hero. He is a murderer out on day release, which us
as a family didn’t know anything about. He murdered a disabled girl,"
Amanda's aunt Angela Cox said to the Daily Mail. "He is not a hero,
absolutely not. I don’t care what he’s done today, he’s a murderer."
Ford paid his debt to society for a crime he committed 15 years ago
He hasn't paid his debt to society for the crime he committed 15 years ago.
He was out on "day release" at the time.
The crime he had committed indicates that he is sick in his head. His
life should have been taken away like the victim he had murdered. It
is irresponsible to let him out to endanger the lives of sane people
in the society.
Exodus 21:24New International Version (NIV)
eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,
Post by Jade Helm
and through his actions, probably saved lives and prevented more
stabbings. It seems he has turned his life around and risked his life
to stop more knife attacks on innocent civilians.  Kind of strange
thata  "police liason" decided to call a cousin of the woman murdered
15 years ago so she could contact the lugenpress and try to detract
from an otherwise civic act of heroism.  Ford deserves credit for his
act, IMHO.
Please note that: "Usman Khan and James Ford attended the same prison
sponsored educational event the day of the attack".
How do you know that James Ford didn't promise Usman Khan that they
would be a "knifing duo" together?
How do you know that James Ford didn't set his buddy up to be a patsy
so that he could become a "hero"?
Judge not, lest ye be judged.
Tell it to the judge.
Jade Helm
2019-12-02 21:40:10 UTC
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Post by Jade Helm
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/convicted-murderer-on-day-release-
was-hero-who-tackled-london-terrorist
The family of a woman brutally murdered is furious after learning that one
of the men being hailed as a hero in the Friday terrorist knife attack on
London Bridge was the murderer they thought was in jail.
Amanda Champion, a disabled 21-year-old woman, was killed by James Ford in
2003. Ford ran into Amanda in the woods in Kent and proceeded to strangle
her and slit her throat, according to the BBC. Amanda's body was
discovered three weeks later, badly decomposed. Ford was discovered as the
prime suspect after he made several calls to a charity confessing the
crime and threatening to kill himself.
Ford, now 42, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime in 2004
with the judge recommending that he serve a minimum of 15 years in prison.
Ford was free on prison day release on Friday when he witnessed Usman Khan
violently attack pedestrians on London Bridge with a knife. Ford and
several other people intervened in the attack to subdue Khan until police
arrived and gunned him down. At the time of his arrest, police described
Ford's actions as "motiveless crime and a senseless crime” and described
him personally as a “very dangerous man."
Khan, 28, was also out of prison serving only six years of a nearly two-
decade sentence after being convicted of "terror-related charges" in 2012.
He and Ford attended the same prison sponsored educational event the day
of the attack.
A police liaison contacted Amanda's family to inform them that Ford had
been spotted on television with the other bystanders being hailed as
heroes. "He is not a hero. He is a murderer out on day release, which us
as a family didn’t know anything about. He murdered a disabled girl,"
Amanda's aunt Angela Cox said to the Daily Mail. "He is not a hero,
absolutely not. I don’t care what he’s done today, he’s a murderer."
Ford paid his debt to society for a crime he committed 15 years ago
He hasn't paid his debt to society for the crime he committed 15 years ago.
He was out on "day release" at the time.
The crime he had committed indicates that he is sick in his head. His
life should have been taken away like the victim he had murdered. It
is irresponsible to let him out to endanger the lives of sane people
in the society.
Exodus 21:24New International Version (NIV)
eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,
Post by Jade Helm
and through his actions, probably saved lives and prevented more
stabbings. It seems he has turned his life around and risked his
life to stop more knife attacks on innocent civilians.  Kind of
strange thata  "police liason" decided to call a cousin of the woman
murdered 15 years ago so she could contact the lugenpress and try to
detract from an otherwise civic act of heroism.  Ford deserves
credit for his act, IMHO.
Please note that: "Usman Khan and James Ford attended the same prison
sponsored educational event the day of the attack".
How do you know that James Ford didn't promise Usman Khan that they
would be a "knifing duo" together?
How do you know that James Ford didn't set his buddy up to be a patsy
so that he could become a "hero"?
Judge not, lest ye be judged.
Tell it to the judge.
It was used as a defense in a court of law on Cheech and Chong's first
album.
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Just Wondering
2019-12-02 20:22:24 UTC
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Post by Jade Helm
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/convicted-murderer-on-day-release-
was-hero-who-tackled-london-terrorist
The family of a woman brutally murdered is furious after learning that one
of the men being hailed as a hero in the Friday terrorist knife attack on
London Bridge was the murderer they thought was in jail.
Amanda Champion, a disabled 21-year-old woman, was killed by James Ford in
2003. Ford ran into Amanda in the woods in Kent and proceeded to strangle
her and slit her throat, according to the BBC. Amanda's body was
discovered three weeks later, badly decomposed. Ford was discovered as the
prime suspect after he made several calls to a charity confessing the
crime and threatening to kill himself.
Ford, now 42, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime in 2004
with the judge recommending that he serve a minimum of 15 years in prison.
Ford was free on prison day release on Friday when he witnessed Usman Khan
violently attack pedestrians on London Bridge with a knife. Ford and
several other people intervened in the attack to subdue Khan until police
arrived and gunned him down. At the time of his arrest, police described
Ford's actions as "motiveless crime and a senseless crime” and described
him personally as a “very dangerous man."
Khan, 28, was also out of prison serving only six years of a nearly two-
decade sentence after being convicted of "terror-related charges" in 2012.
He and Ford attended the same prison sponsored educational event the day
of the attack.
A police liaison contacted Amanda's family to inform them that Ford had
been spotted on television with the other bystanders being hailed as
heroes. "He is not a hero. He is a murderer out on day release, which us
as a family didn’t know anything about. He murdered a disabled girl,"
Amanda's aunt Angela Cox said to the Daily Mail. "He is not a hero,
absolutely not. I don’t care what he’s done today, he’s a murderer."
Ford paid his debt to society for a crime he committed 15 years ago
He hasn't paid his debt to society for the crime he committed 15 years ago.
He was out on "day release" at the time.
The crime he had committed indicates that he is sick in his head. His
life should have been taken away like the victim he had murdered. It
is irresponsible to let him out to endanger the lives of sane people
in the society.
Exodus 21:24New International Version (NIV)
eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,
Post by Jade Helm
and through his actions, probably saved lives and prevented more
stabbings. It seems he has turned his life around and risked his life
to stop more knife attacks on innocent civilians.  Kind of strange
thata  "police liason" decided to call a cousin of the woman murdered
15 years ago so she could contact the lugenpress and try to detract
from an otherwise civic act of heroism.  Ford deserves credit for his
act, IMHO.
Please note that: "Usman Khan and James Ford attended the same prison
sponsored educational event the day of the attack".
How do you know that James Ford didn't promise Usman Khan that they
would be a "knifing duo" together?
How do you know that James Ford didn't set his buddy up to be a patsy
so that he could become a "hero"?
Judge not, lest ye be judged.
That's so often taken out of context and misused. The meaning
is to judge righteously.
Jade Helm
2019-12-02 22:05:21 UTC
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On 12/2/19 12:53 AM, ZptG6⚛← ╬ 𝑴𝒊𝒈𝒉𝒕𝒚 𝑾𝒂𝒏𝒏𝒂𝒃𝒆 ╬ →⚛82fwW
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Post by Jade Helm
Post by Leroy N. Soetoro
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/convicted-murderer-on-day-release-
was-hero-who-tackled-london-terrorist
The family of a woman brutally murdered is furious after learning that one
of the men being hailed as a hero in the Friday terrorist knife attack on
London Bridge was the murderer they thought was in jail.
Amanda Champion, a disabled 21-year-old woman, was killed by James Ford in
2003. Ford ran into Amanda in the woods in Kent and proceeded to strangle
her and slit her throat, according to the BBC. Amanda's body was
discovered three weeks later, badly decomposed. Ford was discovered as the
prime suspect after he made several calls to a charity confessing the
crime and threatening to kill himself.
Ford, now 42, was sentenced to life imprisonment for the crime in 2004
with the judge recommending that he serve a minimum of 15 years in prison.
Ford was free on prison day release on Friday when he witnessed Usman Khan
violently attack pedestrians on London Bridge with a knife. Ford and
several other people intervened in the attack to subdue Khan until police
arrived and gunned him down. At the time of his arrest, police described
Ford's actions as "motiveless crime and a senseless crime” and described
him personally as a “very dangerous man."
Khan, 28, was also out of prison serving only six years of a nearly two-
decade sentence after being convicted of "terror-related charges" in 2012.
He and Ford attended the same prison sponsored educational event the day
of the attack.
A police liaison contacted Amanda's family to inform them that Ford had
been spotted on television with the other bystanders being hailed as
heroes. "He is not a hero. He is a murderer out on day release, which us
as a family didn’t know anything about. He murdered a disabled girl,"
Amanda's aunt Angela Cox said to the Daily Mail. "He is not a hero,
absolutely not. I don’t care what he’s done today, he’s a murderer."
Ford paid his debt to society for a crime he committed 15 years ago
He hasn't paid his debt to society for the crime he committed 15 years ago.
He was out on "day release" at the time.
The crime he had committed indicates that he is sick in his head. His
life should have been taken away like the victim he had murdered. It
is irresponsible to let him out to endanger the lives of sane people
in the society.
Exodus 21:24New International Version (NIV)
eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,
Post by Jade Helm
and through his actions, probably saved lives and prevented more
stabbings. It seems he has turned his life around and risked his
life to stop more knife attacks on innocent civilians.  Kind of
strange thata  "police liason" decided to call a cousin of the woman
murdered 15 years ago so she could contact the lugenpress and try to
detract from an otherwise civic act of heroism.  Ford deserves
credit for his act, IMHO.
Please note that: "Usman Khan and James Ford attended the same prison
sponsored educational event the day of the attack".
How do you know that James Ford didn't promise Usman Khan that they
would be a "knifing duo" together?
How do you know that James Ford didn't set his buddy up to be a patsy
so that he could become a "hero"?
Judge not, lest ye be judged.
That's so often taken out of context and misused. The meaning
is to judge righteously.
In my not so humble opinion, James Ford is a hero for preventing a man
with a knife from harming or killing more people. His action should be
taken into account and be seen favorably if early release is being
considered by a judge. My opinion given in obscure usenet newsgroups
will have no part in how his fate is decided, so those who disagree
should not be overly concerned.
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invaded, colonized and replaced."

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