Brockport College, New York State University, has booked a paid lecture by a black hegemony that killed two NYPD officers.
The university was raising funds for the event after the response, but refused to cancel the lecture.
Jalil Muntakim, formerly known as Anthony Bottom, assassinated officers in 1971 as part of the “Black Liberation Army”.
The event is titled, “History of Black Resistance, US Political Prisoners and Genocide: A Conversation with Jalil Muntakim” and is set to take place on April 6.
SUNY activated out ক Brockport Talking to paid police killer / domestic terrorist Anthony Bottom. Many have weighed in on this but what does GovKathyHochul SUNY Need to talk about paying a police killer to talk? Does he believe that Bottom, who was tried and convicted, is a “political prisoner?” pic.twitter.com/aEux0mKdHU
– Kieran Michael Lalor (KieranLalor) March 15, 2022
“We are our own liberators,” said Jalil, author of the original essay. “She gained her independence in the fall of 2019 and now lives in Rochester, NY. She is a member of the Citizen Action Network and the People’s Liberation Program, as well as a grandfather, father, mentor and loving person.”
The statement did not mention his affiliation with a terrorist organization and described him as a “political prisoner”.
According to a report in the National File, “Muntakim has been invited to speak under a grant to promote excellence in diversity.” In addition, according to the university, the convicted police killer will be paid a little over $ 1,000 for the event. “
“On May 2, 1971, Muntakim and a fellow Black Liberation Army member, NYPD officers Waverly Jones and Joseph A. Piagetini was shot in the back. Piagetini pleaded for his life and told the gunmen he had a wife and children, at which point Muntakim and his accomplice took his service pistol and fired a few more shots. Piagetini was shot 22 times and died on the way to Harlem Hospital, “the report said. The Black Liberation Army was a black hegemonic organization responsible for killing at least 10 police officers. Former BLA member Asata Shakur was involved in the 1973 assassination of New Jersey State Trooper Warner Forster. He escaped from prison and sought refuge in Cuba.
Muntakim never apologized or apologized to his family.
According to a Fox 59 report, Officer Joseph Piagetini’s widow, Diane Piagetini, wrote a letter to SUNY Brockport reminding the college president of what had happened to her husband.
“While my husband was lying on the ground begging her not to kill him, he had a wife and children,” Mrs. Piagetini said in her letter.
In response to public outrage, the college said “… the committee has canceled the grant and no funds will be used to fund the speaker. We are not canceling the event, however. Academic Freedom allows our faculty to invite their favorite guests to address our students on campus.”
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