Eye On Boise

Reading material

When Assistant U.S. Attorney Kim Lindquist waved a thick transcript of "The Intifada and the New Tartars," a hate-filled, anti-Jewish, anti-Israel and anti-America lecture that a prosecution witness had read in part to jurors earlier in the trial, jurors flinched.

"Just holding up the transcript makes you gasp, because it took so long for us to get through it," Lindquist said, not missing a beat.

He then urged the jurors to read the three-hour lecture during their deliberations.

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