Convicted Terrorist Who Led ‘Women’s March’ Rasmea Odeh Stripped of Her U.S citizenship and Deported

Convicted terrorist and left wing activist icon Rasmea Odeh to be deported to Jordan. She rose to prominence following her involvement with the Women’s March and organizer for another recent anti-trump protest, “A Day Without A Woman”.

The Washington Times Reports:
Convicted Palestinian terrorist Rasmea Yousef Odeh, an organizer of a Day Without a Woman, has agreed to leave the country in exchange for no jail time for failing to disclose the conviction on her U.S. visa application.

Odeh, a resident of Chicago who has lived in the U.S. for about 20 years, plans to plead guilty to unlawful procurement of naturalization in a deal that will allow her to leave the United States rather than face the possibility of an 18-month prison sentence, according to Justice for Rasmea.

She had been scheduled to undergo another trial after a U.S. appeals court vacated her 2014 conviction, saying an expert witness should have been allowed to testify that she suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder from allegedly being tortured in prison when she gave the false answers.

The 69-year-old Palestinian activist was convicted in the 1969 supermarket bombing in Israel that killed two Hebrew University students.

She served 10 years before being released in a prisoner exchange.

Her supporters said it would be “impossible for Rasmea to expect a fair trial in U.S. courts.”


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2 comments

  1. These women are disgusting….America has lost it’s way in one way only and that is allowing trash to take up residence within her borders. It is music to my ears that Ms. Odeh is being deported – I regret she got to spend 20 years in my country.

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