Perhaps the video should have been named, vehicle pulls into parking garage?
And then even stranger, he, himself did not plead guilty. The judge decided/proclaimed his plea?
The Detroit judge took the action after Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab declined to enter a plea during his first court appearance.
Or did his lawyers enter the plea?
He said little during the hearing and stood mute while his lawyers entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf.
Is he drugged?
His mute, almost non-response, make me wonder?
The longest answer Mr. Abdulmutallab gave was in response to whether he had taken any medication or pills.
“In the last 24 hours? Some painkillers,” he responded.
Some Painkillers? For sure? Or something else along with it? Would he know? Would he be told?
And the father? The 'rich banker',(arms-dealer) who was so concerned for his son, does not attend the hearing?
There were some suggestions that Mr. Mutallab might attend his son’s hearing in Detroit, adding a poignant element to an otherwise routine hearing. Instead, he did not attend the hearingOdd!
And then this, interesting also..
Detroit newspapers reported that two Nigerian lawyers attended: Maryam Uwais and Mahmud Kazaure, who told reporters that he was licensed to practice in Maryland, which state records confirm.
Two Nigerian lawyers attend, one of whom is licensed to practice in Maryland.(Washington, DC)
One more thing, a brief digression.. notice that the image used of the bomber has changed again.
What we always are shown is the image of someone that looks to be a teenager, 17-19
When the bomber is supposed to be 23 years old.
And this picture looks nothing like the initial pictures the world saw, and yet, could be an image of a younger man shown in the Nigerian Press. You can find both images here.
Either way the bomber, or who we are being told is the bomber has now got three different pictures associated with him.
I saw yesterday this was reported in the Canadian press, so here is the Globe & Mail, suggesting that since the undie bomber is spilling his guts, a plea bargain may be in order.
Mr. Abdulmutallab, the son of a prominent Nigerian banker, is apparently spilling his story to interrogators and a plea bargain may be in the offing.
U.S. Attorney-General Eric Holder has said interrogation of Mr. Abdulmutallab has already provided “valuable intelligence”
And another picture of a bald-headed man. Why is this man's physical identity continually changing?