Candidate Arrested After Exposing Opponent’s Ties To Terrorist Group


Gulf War veteran Chris Crowley turned himself in to authorities yesterday after a politically tainted warrant was issued for his arrest.

This article was originally posted to Central Florida Post on August 7, 2018.

By Jacob Engels

South Florida is buzzing after State’s Attorney candidate Chris Crowley turned himself in on charges of running an illegal raffle during his campaign for the 20th judicial circuit, which covers Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry, and Lee counties.

The arrest comes just weeks after Crowley exposed his opponent for having deep family ties to the radical terrorist organization known as the Palestinian Liberation Organization or PLO. The PLO has murdered thousands of innocent civilians and is recognized as one of the most deadly terrorist groups in the world.

Mr. Crowley is facing Amy Fox, whose real name is Amira Dajani, a fact that she has worked to conceal from voters in the GOP primary. Dajani’s Uncle served in high-level leadership roles for the group on several occasions. Her father penned a book titled “From Palestine to America” that included passages full of commentary viewed by many to be anti-Semitic, anti-American, and anti-Christian, and anti-Israel.

It included chapters where he expressed anger at the “Jewish Lobby” and the “Christian Right.” Dajani’s father also championed war against Israel and accused Jews of using Arabs as human shields. Amira Dajani has refused to clarify whether or not she holds the same opinions of her father, who dedicated the book to her and has donated $1,000 to her campaign.

Dajani currently serves as a top assistant state attorney to outgoing State Attorney Stephen Russell, who forwarded what he claims was an anonymous tip about Crowley’s participation in a raffle at a campaign event.

Yes, you read that correctly… Amira Dajani’s boss got the ball rolling on a politically motivated charge against her opponent. What did Crowley do you ask? He accepted around $600 at a campaign event resulting from a raffle, which he thought was perfectly legal.

Upon learning that accepting donations as a result of a raffle was not legal, Crowley did the right thing and returned the money. That should have been the end of this.

Amira Dajani, who refuses to tell voters if she subscribes to her father and Uncle’s anti-Semitic activities, also refuses to say whether or not she supports the implementation of Sharia Law in the US.

As an assistant state attorney, Fox’s office just lost a major drug and racketeering case. Previously she failed to prosecute an illegal alien who would go on to murder a police officer.

Amira Dajani should come clean about her involvement in this sham charge. She must also reveal her stance on Sharia law and tell voters why her family founded and continues to help support a deadly terrorist organization.

Her name is Amira Dajani.

Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, Fox News, and Australia’s New Dawn Magazine. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.

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