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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West: Celebrity Jihad?

26 June 2012 General No Comment Email This Post Email This Post

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West: Celebrity Jihad?

Serial litigant and convicted felon Jonathan Lee Riches thinks he’s uncovered a star-studded stealth jihad in the hills of West Virginia. Sound crazy?

Well, Kardashian did sport a burqa on a shopping spree in Dubai last year. How much more “proof” do we need?

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Sued for (Alleged) Ties to Terrorists

by Louis Peitzman, Gawker

The thing about this lawsuit is that it hinges on the testimony of a man who might be more hungry for fame than Kim Kardashian and Kanye West combined.

Jonathan Lee Riches — Guinness World Record holder for “Most Litigious Man” after filing more than 5,000 suits over the past eight years — has a pretty compelling story about Kardashian’s and West’s un-American beliefs.

“On 6/17/2012 I was in West Virginia, deep in the hills and I stumbled upon the defendants who were all at a Al-Qaeda secret training camp.” He then went on to claim that Kanye and Kim pleaded their allegiance to Al-Qaeda, burned the U.S. flag and stomped their feet on Barack Obama’s picture, performed a concert for all Al-Qaeda members, and shot AK-47s in the air.

Honestly, the part of this story I can’t swallow is that Kanye and Kim would put that much effort into doing anything without cameras capturing the moment. These aren’t exactly people who shy away from the public eye.

Nevertheless, Riches is serious about his lawsuit — as he is about all his lawsuits. His concern is with protecting the American people, and not at all with further cementing his image as legal-minded crazy person.

If you were excited about the prospect of getting Kim Kardashian and Kanye West off the streets, you might want to look into other channels. I’ll go ahead and guess this lawsuit isn’t going anywhere.

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