America's very short memory

09/19/2016 11:54

by Anonymous


Back in 1969, a group of Black Panthers decided that a fellow black panther named Alex Rackley, needed to die. Rackley was suspected of disloyalty.

He was tied to a bed and questioned under torture. The principal method of torture was the pouring of boiling water over his torso, shoulders, and thighs.
After they got tired of torturing Rackley, Black Panther member, Warren  Kimbro took Rackley to the marshy wetlands of nearby Middlefield.and put a bullet in his head. Rackley's body was later found floating in a river about 25 miles north of New Haven, Connecticut.

Perhaps at this point you're curious as to what happened to these Black Panthers.? In 1977, that's only eight years later, only one of the killers was still in jail.  The shooter, Warren Kimbro, managed to get the state parole board to let him attend Harvard University's School of Education and became an assistant dean at an Eastern Connecticut State College.

Isn't that something.!  As a '60s radical, you can pump a bullet into someone's head and a few years later, in the same state, you can become an assistant college dean.!  Only in America.!

Erica Huggins was the woman who served the Panthers by boiling the water for Mr. Rackley's torture. Some years later, Huggins became a Professor of Sociology at Laney College in Oakland and at Berkeley City College

How in the world do you think these killers got off so easily.? Maybe it was in some part due to the efforts of one individual who worked for the ACLU looking for civil rights violations of Black Panthers during their trial. Is this other notable Panther defender now a school board member.? Is this other Panther apologist now an assistant college dean.? No, neither.! 

The other Panther defender was a radical law student at Yale University at the time. She is now known as The "smartest woman in the world." She is the former Democratic senator from the State of New York---- our former First Lady, and the former Secretary of State, the incredible Hillary Rodham Clinton.  The New Haven Black Panther trials: "Insight reviewed biographies of Hillary Clinton by Milton, [David] Brock and Roger Morris for this story and lengthy selections from such other biographies as Barbara Olson’s Hell to Pay. Together, relying on primary and other firsthand sources, they unquestionably back David Horowitz’s contention that Hillary was a campus leader during the Panther protests";

And now, as Paul Harvey said; "You know the rest of the story".