We reported last week that supporters of convicted terrorist and immigration fraudster Rasmea Odeh were protesting a Justice Award to U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade, Rasmea Odeh Prosecutor to get Justice Award.

For background on the case, see Rasmea Odeh rightly convicted of Israeli supermarket bombing and U.S. immigration fraud.

The Justice Award was given by the Michigan-based Arab-American Civil Rights League (ACRL) among other groups, including the local NAACP chapter.

Rasmea’s supporters were furious, demanding that the Justice Award be revoked. They launched a social media campaign encouraging people to dall the ACRL, and issued veiled threats of retaliation.

Many of the tweets were what we have come to expect in the case, a complete distortion of the reality of Rasmea’s guilt:

It didn’t work. ACRL and the other groups gave McQuade the Justice Award Friday night, May 1, 2015, as planned. McQuade was celebrated for her work, and appeared among many area Arab-Americans to accept the award.

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