NPR’s History With The Murderous Black Panthers, They Should Have Been Cut OFF Long Ago

Go to fullsize imageMumia Abu Jamal was a Black Panther who shot a 25 year old Police officer. He continued to pump bullets into the fallen officer, while the officer was dying on the ground, he was laughing about it the whole time. NPR supported this murderer and gave him a radio program, to voice his hatred and murder. My question is, why did it take some taped sessions of the NPR undercover to cut off their funding?  This incident with this officer should have BURIED these bastards. Jamal is on death row, since the early 1980’s, WHY is he still alive? And what’s more, WHY do we have to wait until now to cut these enemies off at the root?

Mumia Abu-Jamal commentaries

In 1994, NPR arranged to air commentaries by convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal on All Things Considered, but canceled them after the Fraternal Order of Police and members of the U. S. Congress objected to the airing.

  • 2 thoughts on “NPR’s History With The Murderous Black Panthers, They Should Have Been Cut OFF Long Ago

    1. Trying to remember name of a book I read years ago. Some NYC blacks in the 70s [I think that was the decade] decided to assinate a policeman. And then did it. Just shot a randomly picked policman. One of them kept the policeman’s pistol for a trophy,… and the killers were eventually caught after that pistol was [due to a tip] dug up where it had been buried [for a few years] on a farm in Mississippi [think that was the state]. Seems like title might have included word “assassins” . Ring a bell ?

      and: http://www.danielfaulkner.com/ …. worth a visit

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