On Monday, Fox & Friends took a look at whether it was "appropriate" for Cheryl Bormann, the lawyer defending terror suspect Walid bin Attash to be donning a head and body covering in court so as, as she explained it, not to offend her client.
Co-host Gretchen Carlson described Bormann's garb as a "full burqa," adding that Bormann has said that female attorneys working for the prosecution should also take care to cover themselves, as she has chosen to do, "in honor of her client's religion.
Attorney Cheryl Bormann is in the midst of defending alleged September 11th conspirator Walid bin Attash, a member of the so called Gitmo 5. It was while meeting with her client that the Chicago-based lawyer began dressing in an aba... Read Post
Yup. She’s nuts. Talk about a far left appeaser… (Daily Mail) Cheryl Bormann, counsel for 9-11 defendant Walid bin Attash, attended the arraignment Saturday dressed in a hijab, apparently because her client insisted on it. Bormann r... Read Post