Liberal Teacher Asks 3rd Grade Children To Send Letters To Cop Killer

Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner was shot and killed at point-blank range in 1981. The Black Panther who was responsible for the slaying, Mumia Abu-Jamal, was sentenced to death for the crime, which was later reduced to life in prison. Pennsylvania’s State Correctional Institution now has the chore of housing, feeding and providing medical care for this killer, for the rest of his natural life.

While receiving taxpayer-funded healthcare benefits, Abu-Jamal was taken to a hospital for an unspecified illness. It’s been reported that he is recovering. This cop-killer also received some interesting ‘get well’ letters. Not from fellow Black Panthers or family, but they were written by a third grade class from Forest Grove School in Orange, New Jersey.

Marylin Zunig

The teacher, Marylin Zunig, tasked her students with writing the letters, which were delivered to Abu-Jamal along with others written by Philadelphia high school students.

Zunig’s actions have sparked an intense outrage from many who feel that their children were forced to glorify a man because he killed a police officer.

There are many Liberal Activists who decry Abu-Jamal as a victim of racism via the Judicial system and are calling for him to be released from prison. His conviction has been upheld several times through the appeals process, though the Liberal Activists show no signs of relenting.

The Liberal History Professor from Baruch College, Johanna Fernandez, delivered the letters to Abu-Jamal and expressed that he was touched by the gesture.

Letters to Abu-Jamal

I don’t know how the parents of those school children actually reacted, but the American people shouldn’t idly stand by while the very teachers we entrust with educating future voters, use those children as tools to achieve a form of sickening Liberal propaganda.

If this goes unchecked, as it’s clear this ugly process goes from grade school to high school and clean to college level academics, it won’t be long before our society turns upside down, where the criminals are praised and those who place their lives on the line to protect citizens are scorned. Considering the headlines these days, we’re more than halfway there.

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