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Back at about segments and I waters world as you may know convicted terrorist Kathy -- and a member of the Weather Underground in the 1960s been hired.
The teacher Columbia university and that's controversial as this -- -- served 22 years in prison convicted of murder in the deaths of three Americans including two police officers.
So we said -- waters out to Columbia University define missed Modine.
And get reaction.
Have you heard of a professor called happy go -- She was just hired here she's convicted cop killer.
This really you know.
I did not know about that until just now I feel but that definitely pretty surprising.
I feel fantastic well I think it's a positive thing for someone to come and go through a situation where she's been -- -- make something positive out of it I think that's the scary trend that here with -- -- and Bernadette -- also being professors there are plenty of other qualified professionals beat her buses -- to be teaching of the next generation of leaders in this country I think she's obviously -- their time.
There's nothing more than -- give him you know gonna put a moral judgment on killing cops and how I'm not really you think that's wrong though right.
I think it's wrong to kill anyone.
They think it's part of academic freedom but she's a murder -- Jesus to forgive.
Figure forgiving guy -- at that flag and serve as a reason why we -- the professor hasn't reached out.
-- the victim's family.
I don't know there's a lot of healing going on I would suggest that may be that they have this dialogue in this conversation I don't think they should be better heard -- to be mad at the Justice Department.
It's the criminal justice system -- She did that time.
You say issues involved and -- yeah inside read countless stories of people involved and Tyson -- know -- but they are guilty of murder because there and Bob Knight accused the driver you're OK with that depends on if there's any claim about killing cops.
-- one of the officers involved.
Indy heights with Kathy -- can you describe the scene were looking for black individuals.
In the truck and we had some white people from within though we had the right truckers -- -- -- the fact of the truck are eligible very.
Something's wrong here.
As soon as I said that.
Six black males come out of the -- of the -- with the armed with automatic weapons officer brown was shot immediately.
I was -- O'Grady was shot while reloading his guns over the when it was pinned down inside that car.
The car was -- was.
Gunshots then someone rammed the police car now Kathy good he is a professor at Columbia University.
She give a speech last month where she never mentioned.
-- of the victims but she wished for the release of her -- -- how would also talk about the people that are still in prison and not hear people David Gilbert Judy Clarke.
Sickle Dina -- -- so many other people that aren't here we want them here with us.
How does that make you feel.
Considered to create hotel room -- -- -- the other way.
-- any of the victims' families.
-- yeah yeah yeah but.
-- Good luck go away okay -- here.
For Michael please but -- So your own private property we ask you.
Our quality as he leaves them cop killer but he's still -- we are qualities here right now to -- -- and I like the.
So little remorse for this crime and she's using the colleges of soap box.
To promote her mission to get her husband was 75 percentage and other co defendants bill.
-- now is Jesse -- Would you say -- and I think this is true most of the students at Columbia no -- right now they didn't know -- -- -- 7030.
-- -- supportive of her being a professor there but you had to explain what she did she -- didn't know Iraq jury didn't have any idea I wonder if there was an article in the Columbia University newspaper about her and what she had done we don't did you -- he -- -- in 2008 and you know there isn't this story broke wide open is because there's a movie about her now.
Often sell a lot of the students were really aware that we weren't aware of no we weren't even aware right it was under the radar right now do you believe she told you that she was sorry and then -- all that you believe it I don't believe it because she hasn't reached out to any of the victims' families.
No phone calls no letters she's listening teaching about rehabilitation.
When you and her back into society after your paroled.
But she hasn't really put her money where our mouth is no one's heard from her now and they're extremely upset.
And they feel like she's -- this opportunity.
To go out there and spout off about restorative justice applying for her cohorts to get Atlanta prison.
Well people who don't have a father.
They're still in pain tremendous absolutely.
All right Columbia university at perhaps the most liberal college in the country right now you know you know they are just what does everybody -- tip -- -- --
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