Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Did Attorney Rose Mishaan actually pass Constitutional law?

Who is Attorney Rose Mishaan and did she ever study Constitutional law?

According to Legal Insurrection, the silent vigils at Reem’s Bakery in Oakland are under a new form of attack. A local journalist, Mike Lumish, is being taken to court in an effort to silence his voice. His alleged transgression? He wrote about Reem’s Bakery egregious support of convicted terrorist Rasmea Odeh in the Jewish Press, and in his blog Israel Thrives.

Among Reem Assils' demands are that Mike stop posting “defamatory” remarks about her, her business or her customers online and in the media.

From Legal Insurrection:

The case also raises serious constitutional and free speech issues, as the bakery owner seeks to punish protest, to halt or move continued protest, and a prior restraint of speech.

Reem Assil is represented by attorney Rose Mishaan.

What kind of attorney would support an action that flies in the face of our Constitutional protections of free speech and public assembly?

Apparently the answer is “An ideologue”

Reem's attorney, Rose Mishaan  visited Gaza with a delegation from the National Lawyers Guild. She was accompanied by career anti-Israel activists, including  Huwaida Arraf, co-founder of the ISM. Her reports from Gaza, naturally, are devoid of context and completely ignore Hamas's terror attacks against the Israeli people.

She's a natural to represent Reem Assil..


Anonymous said...

Apparently Mishaan is from an orthodox Mizrahi family in Brooklyn. What a sick twisted individual she is, to have a Jewish neshama and hate her own kind.

RaeBae said...

In many of these cases, its as much about abnormal psychology as it is about politics. Its a way of getting back at mommy and daddy.

Anonymous said...

Rose Mishaan was a classmate of mine at Hastings- its a fine, fine school. She's practicing "Speeding Ticket Law". My guess? She was happy to get the work, even if it was morally reprehensible.