He says also that he has no remorse for his actions, and will attain Paradise. Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn, meanwhile, says that Nolen “didn’t know the difference between right and wrong, and (he) didn’t know the consequences of his actions.”
Nonsense. He knows very well the difference between right and wrong. The Qur’an says “When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks” (47:4), and as far as he is concerned, that is right, and he knows that as a consequence of his actions, he will go to Paradise. Mashburn is saying that standard Islamic belief is tantamount to insanity. Does he have any idea of how “Islamophobic” he is being?
“‘I Beheaded The First Woman’ – Alton Nolen Interviews Played In Trial,” by Tiffany Liou, News 9, September 20, 2017:
NORMAN, Oklahoma – Throughout the trial, defendant Alton Nolen has been sitting in the court room with his eyes closed and his hands covering his ears. But today, the jurors heard two interviews where Nolen was attentive and responsive.
The interviews were conducted by Moore police detectives and FBI agents. One was done the day after the beheading incident at Vaughan Foods in Moore. The other was done two days later with the same officers. They spoke to the suspect at the hospital.
During the first interview, Nolen admitted to the crime on both victims, Colleen Hufford and Traci Johnson. They asked him about stabbing Johnson and he responded, “That was right after I beheaded the first woman.”
Nolen said in the interview that the Quran taught him that anyone who oppressed him should be beheaded, and he talked a lot about his own interpretation of the Muslim religion.
When asked if he felt remorse or regret for his actions, Nolen responded “no”. He said he would go to heaven….
Then on Monday, the defense will make their case. The defense is asking the jury to find Nolen not guilty by reason of insanity.
After court, Mashburn said, “It’s all in the context of what legally insane means. And that is (Nolen) didn’t know the difference between right and wrong, and (he) didn’t know the consequences of his actions. And clearly he knew what he did was wrong.”…
EDITORS NOTE: The featured image is of murder defendant Alton Nolen is led from the courtroom following the jury selection phase of his trial on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 in Oklahoma City, Okla. Nolen is on trial for the beheading of Colleen Hufford at Vaughan Foods food processing plant in Moore. Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman