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Archived updates for Thursday, August 05, 2004

Infringer Pleads Not Guilty to Solicitation of Patent Judge's Murder

According to an August 5, 2004 article in The Recorder, Amr Mohsen pleaded not guilty to charges that he solicited the murder of U.S. District Judge William Alsup who presided over a patent case that Mohsen lost before being indicted for perjury. Mohsen was in custody and awaiting trial in the criminal case when he allegedly approached another inmate about intimidating witnesses and killing Alsup.
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think if Amr Mohsen was not Muslim or Arab, he would have never been treated with such unfarness and would not have been blocked from the justice system. In the history of corporate patients disputes there had always been settlemets and compromises. The case drags on so sadly and injustice will one day be uncovered because what is wrong will never last.

Tammuz Al-Babeli

November 23, 2005 8:12 AM  

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