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Mar 23 2022

SUNY Brockport Pays Convicted Cop Killer to Speak

One of the many ways colleges have of molding the attitudes of students is selectively inviting paid speakers like Jalil Muntaqim (a.k.a. Anthony Bottom). SUNY Brockport bills him as a “political prisoner” because he was jailed after participating in the murder of two police officers as a member of the Black Liberation Army.

The College at Brockport, State University of New York, is hosting an event titled, “History of Black Resistance, U.S. Political Prisoners & Genocide: A Conversation with Jalil Muntaqim” on April 6. “Jalil is author of the seminal work, ‘We Are Our Own Liberators,’” a description of the event states. “He gained his freedom in fall 2019, and currently resides in Rochester, NY. He is a member of Citizens Action Network and People Liberation Program, as well as a grandfather, father, mentor to many, and loving human being.”

Inviting him as a speaker will help this maniac to be a mentor to many more — just what we need in the age of Black Lives Matter.

Ever wonder were all that money earmarked for DIE (Diversity, Inclusion, Equity) goes? Here’s an example:

Muntaqim has been invited to speak under a grant for “Promoting Excellence in Diversity.” Additionally, the convicted cop killer is set to be paid a little over $1,000 for the event, according to the university.

Muntaqim and a fellow BLA goon shot NYPD officers Waverly Jones and Joseph A. Piagentini in the back 1971.

Piagentini pleaded for his life and told the gunmen that he had a wife and children, at which point Muntaqim and his associate took his service pistol and fired several more shots. Piagentini was shot 22 times and died while being transported to a Harlem hospital.

No doubt Muntaqim features that at the top of his résumé, to help him land lucrative speaking gigs.

The Black Liberation Army was a black supremacist organization responsible for the murders at least 10 police officers. Former BLA member Assata Shakur played a role in the murder of New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster in 1973. She escaped from prison and received asylum from Cuba.

Assata Shakur (born Joanne Deborah Byron) is now a goddess in the moonbat pantheon, worshiped by Black Lives Matter movement, college educrats, and the kooks running New York City. It shouldn’t be long before Biden issues her a pardon so that she can come home and make a nice living speaking on college campuses.

Pitching the speech, Brockport does not describe Muntaqim as a terrorist, a cop killer, or even a black supremacist, but as an “NAACP activist” and “political prisoner.”

This is why the death penalty is necessary. Given time, liberals will free the worst of the worst so as to bestow honors and money upon them.

When the university received a little backlash, it predictably hid behind the usual “we believe in freedom of speech” rhetoric. Sure, that’s why next week they are going to invite David Duke.

Muntaqim has expressed no remorse and won’t even apologize to Piagentini’s widow. SUNY Brockton declines to speak to her. Dianne Piagentini isn’t a revered personage like Jalil Muntaqim.

On a tip from Chris Neilson.


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