Women's March Convicted Terrorist Agrees to Be Deported in Exchange for No Jail Time https://t.co/OTahO4ZiPy #Trending via @pjmedia_com— Nice Deb (@NiceDeb) March 28, 2017
Odeh is scheduled to appear in court April 25 in Detroit, where she plans to plead guilty to "unlawful procurement of naturalization" in a deal that will allow her to leave the United States to avoid up to 18 months in prison.
She had been scheduled to undergo another trial after a U.S. appeals court vacated her 2014 conviction, saying an expert witness should have been allowed to testify that she suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder from allegedly being tortured in prison when she gave the false answers.
The 69-year-old Palestinian activist was convicted in the 1969 supermarket bombing in Israel that killed two Hebrew University students.
.@HyattMcCormick @BSVLMJ Rasmea Yousef Odeh is a convicted terrorist. What security measures do you have in place for your hotel guests?— St.James (@Saint_James_AUD) March 11, 2017
Rasmea Yousef Odeh is the perfect symbol for globalists in the U.S. ! @HillaryClinton and @NancyPelosi...meet your mascot pic.twitter.com/9hGhHu8pwN— icelady (@iceladyisback) March 25, 2017