NJ: Weird ‘terrorism’ lawsuit names Romney, Farrakhan, Christie Whitman

NJ: Weird ‘terrorism’ lawsuit names Romney, Farrakhan, Christie Whitman

[Ed. – We rarely get a glimpse of what FISA court judges do when they’re not wearing the red cape.  Judge Kugler is here doing good public service in a real-world (? — sort of) outing.]

A lawsuit seeking the death penalty for 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and former Gov. Christie Todd Whitman is frivolous and malicious, a federal judge in South Jersey has ruled.

U.S. District Judge Robert B. Kugler on Thursday dismissed the civil suit filed by a woman who claimed the politicians were among six people “trying to blow up” her Newark apartment building. The woman, Evette Feagin, also claimed the defendants “tried to blow up downtown Newark.”

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and former Essex County Executive James Treffinger also were involved in the plot, Feagin alleged in the lawsuit.

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Feagin asked the court to impose the death penalty on all of the defendants except Farrakhan…

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