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Court Rules Suspect Unfit To Stand Trial Because Of Illuminati Beliefs

Published on October 25, 2016 by   ·   No Comments

Court Rules Suspect Unfit To Stand Trial Because Of Illuminati Beliefs

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A suspect accused of terrorism was deemed unfit to stand trial based on his belief that the Illuminati or reptilian overlords in disguise, control the justice system.

Adel Daoud was 17 years old when  he was accused of attempting to plant a bomb in downtown Chicago in 2012, however he was allegedly coaxed by FBI agents to take a fake bomb and plant it in the city….

John Vibes via Activist Postreports:

However, the plot was not conceived by him; he was allegedly coaxed by FBI agents, who encouraged him to take a fake bomb and plant it in the city. This case was among dozens of cases when the FBI encouraged individuals to plan false terrorist attacks.

According to Courthouse News, U.S. District Judge Sharon Coleman found Daoud unfit to stand trial for the third time based on his belief in reptilians and the Illuminati.

“This court has no doubt as to Daoud’s factual understanding of the proceedings against him. However, his rational understanding of the proceedings is significantly undermined by his pervasive belief that the court and the prosecution are members of the Illuminati and that his attorneys are Freemasons,” Coleman said in his statement.

“From Daoud’s own testimony as well as his letters to the court, it appears that his belief in the Illuminati, Freemasons and lizard people is sincere and escalating.  Undoubtedly, his lengthy pretrial incarceration, often spent in isolation and approaching its fourth year, coupled with the trauma of witnessing his cellmate’s attempted and then successful suicide, have only contributed to his mental issues,” Coleman said.

The judge ordered Daoud be placed in a psychiatric treatment facility until the court decides that he is fit to stand trial.

“If I’m crazy now, and I feel this is the best state I’ve been in, I had to be crazy forever,” Daoud said in court when his eligibility was being discussed.

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