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Under arrest for the murder of human -- Did you -- -- one of the longest and fugitives on the FBI's most wanted list was arrested yesterday at thirty years after the notorious bank robbery that claimed the life of a dark.
That is a clip from the trailer for the new movie the company you keep.
-- Robert Redford flick about a former member of the radical group loosely based on the Weather Underground.
One of for a bank robbery and murder of a security guard again this movie is loosely based on the real life.
Armored car robbery in New York State by the Weather Underground that killed two police officers seen here.
As well as a Brinks guard leaving nine children to grow up without their fathers.
The driver of the getaway car in that crime -- -- Spent 22 years behind bars for her crime.
She was granted parole back in 2003.
But now reporters have discovered that she has apparently been granted a prestigious teaching position.
At Columbia University.
Teaching some of America's best and brightest this after she was just honored by New York University.
Michelle Malkin is a columnist and fox -- and she has just written a column about this.
So this -- whether -- underground person who spent almost what what almost 24 years 22 years in prison.
Pleaded guilty there's no doubt about her guilt that she murdered three people.
And she's teaching the next generation of our best and brightest what exactly.
Yeah well it if I think it's confirmation -- and that so many of the colleges and universities.
I'm across America are south -- of tenured radicalism.
For -- left wing domestic violence.
It's not just Kathy Boudin.
The adoptive parents of the child that she left behind when she and the father of her child -- -- Gilbert were convicted in the Brinks robbery.
I boy named -- of the routine.
Who is now a young man.
Also found sanctuary.
In academia I wrote about him in 2002.
When he was honored with -- prestigious Rhodes scholarship.
And just like his parents Kathy -- dean and David Gilbert and his adoptive parents.
Bill Ayers and Bernadine -- -- of the dean remains as un repentant about the violence that the Weather Underground.
Perpetrated and is in fact it is quite proud of his parents and adoptive parents quote unquote social justice like it's.
So this is -- so now we've got Bernadine Dorn.
Who has images with is with bill -- At at Northwestern University.
And now we've got.
-- this this this prize.
-- -- intervene at Columbia University an -- -- as a Rhodes scholar at jail saying that he believes all the same ideals -- his parents dead.
And so this I mean I help my kids or babies Michelle but I think it if I sent to Columbia University which is a great school a -- school.
And I find out that -- Boudin who murdered.
Three police officers to police officers and security guard and -- and that's not the course I want you to take out that I don't think -- -- dean has anything to say that you need to hear.
That's that's exactly right and I think that this is a warning.
For all parents I think it's a very teachable moment has.
Robert Redford rolls out this movie that unquestionably.
Undoubtedly and certainly romanticized.
As the legacy of the Weather Underground.
That we have to be very skeptical and I think it's you know let the buyers to be where when it comes to shopping around for the institutions of higher learning.
That -- kids are are going to go to I should mention that Bill -- of course is now recently been honored.
With the visiting scholar status at Minnesota state university.
So many of these places that have become safe harbor.
For left wing domestic terrorists and their apologists.
Our state and federally funded universities.
And I think it's it behooves all taxpayers to know the real history.
That's been whitewashed here not just by academia but of course by -- It's incredibly you know I think this is this is a little off but I think back to just to Casey Anthony who was acquitted in the in -- murder of her young daughter.
But believed by so many Americans who have actually committed to crack.
And and people didn't want its -- hear anything about her they didn't want to see -- get a million dollar book deal they didn't wanna buy her book and saw -- -- OJ right.
-- -- want to hear his if I did it book and so on but this.
Thought she had mixed.
Admits to killing three law enforcement officers served twenty years in prison for it and what do they Columbia University cancer gives -- -- -- At first job -- the woman who hired -- Columbia's school social work associate dean Marion.
You sure got.
Says she's been an excellent teacher gets incredible valuation former students each year Michelle turns out she's teaching about the issues facing convicts and their families when -- release from prison well she's got some expertise.
Yes she certainly does.
And I would urge the families especially of those were victimized in those from murdered.
A -- to continue to speak up I mentioned last week in my column when that some movie was being rolled out that there remains a scholarship memorial scholarship fund.
For the two police officers that were killed Edward O'Grady and Waverly brown.
And they're going to be having a fundraising banquet in June to honor students who do not believe in -- legacy of of these left wing terrorists but who are pursuing law enforcement careers re member them police.
-- and great to see.
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