Consolation: at least it’s not voicemail hell…

Abdul Rhamin’s life put on “hold” by the Afgan court in which he was charged with converting to Christianity.

“The court dismissed today the case against Abdul Rahman for a lack of information and a lot of legal gaps in the case…” according to an official statement.

Charges dismissed… for now. Until the prosecution gets all its ducks in a row? Or just until international pressure dies down? I suspect the latter, since there’s no word that Rhamin ever denied his conversion to Christianity.

No hint (so far) that the case has been dismissed “with prejudice” as would likely be the case in any court proceedings here, with a case this far along. (Don’t ask me. I’m not a lawyer and I haven’t slept in that hotel chain that claims it makes people think they’re smarter.) Keep a watch on this one, folks. But watch “smart” ‘K? Check out Dafydd ab Hugh’s take for a “smart” response. Oh, and his comments on this twist are worth noting as well.


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