I'll bet he was only sending the best immigrants to North America...
A Chicago jury has convicted Tahawwur Rana, a Pakistani-born businessman who once lived in Ottawa, on two terror-related charges but has cleared him of providing support to the deadly 2008 Mumbai attacks.
After two days of deliberations, the jury found Rana guilty of charges relating to an unexecuted plot to attack a Danish newspaper and supporting the Pakistani militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba.
But Rana, who owns a home in Kanata, Ont., and whose immigration consultancy business has an office in Toronto, was found not guilty of providing material support to terrorism in relation to the Mumbai attacks.
"We're extremely disappointed. We think they got it wrong," defence attorney Patrick Blegen told reporters after the verdict.
Defence attorneys said the verdict was conflicting because Rana was convicted of supporting Lashkar-e-Taiba but acquitted of charges that he helped in the Mumbai attacks.Canadian consultant guilty on 2 terror charges - World - CBC NewsRana emigrated from Pakistan to Canada in 1997, staying just long enough to become a Canadian citizen before moving to Chicago 10 years ago to open a branch of his successful immigration consulting business.
Brad Love quotes: “Africa produces children faster than we can print foreign aid money. " “I hear too the developing world. What ‘developing’? Africa has been there for 100,000 years. They should be sending us money.”