|Client Name:||Mr. Mustafa Kamal|
|Case Name:||United States v. Mustafa Kamal|
|Federal Agency Involved:||Secret Service|
|Issues:||Felony charge of threats against a former president.|
The U.S. Attorney’s office identified a Muslim community member who was suffering from mental health issues including manic and psychotic symptoms as a potential terrorist following statements he made online allegedly threatening a former president.
The Government’s approach was alarmingly aggressive, despite the case having marginal evidence to support such severe allegations and their prosecution was riddled with is Islamophobia.
Verdict/Ruling: Guilty plea with sentence of time served.
Fighting for a just settlement that acknowledged the mental health struggles that Mr. Kamal faced and the impact of the disproportionate prosecution of Muslims for charges like this.
Exposing the flaws in the Government’s case and shedding light on the underlying mental health struggles that influenced the Mr. Kamal’s actions.