Wednesday, May 04, 2016

Dem Prez Candidate Hillary Clinton Worked For Law Firm Run by Communists and Defended Black Panther Huey Newton Accused of Killing Cops.

Oakland CA, Hillary Rodham Clinton worked for a law firm run by Communists and engaged in defending Black Panther Huey Newton and other radicals accused of killing cops and other violent acts. In the summer of 1971 Hillary Clinton went to work at the most radical law firm in America at that point: Treuhaft, Walker and Bernstein in Oakland CA. They defended the Black Panthers. Two of their partners were members of the Communist Party—including Bob Treuhaft, who was married to Jessica Mitford. 
Oakland CA, Bob Treuhaft said he was certain that Hillary came there because she subscribed to some of the kind of law they practiced and the kind of clients they defended. In her so-called autobiography, “Living History,” she put in a couple of sentences about living in Berkeley with Bill that summer and working at that law firm, but she makes it sound like their work focused on postal rate increases. There’s not a word about radicals.” To the former first lady's enemies and political opponents, her summer at the Treuhaft firm is yet another indication that radical ideology lurks beneath the patina of moderation she has adopted in public life.
Oakland CA, An oft-repeated and published anecdote about Mrs. Clinton's involvement in the firm's plea negotiations over an armed invasion of the California Legislature by Black Panthers seems to be apocryphal, though one of the attorneys directly involved has a "very distinct" memory of Mrs. Clinton's attendance at a Panthers-related meeting. The firm was involved in another volatile Black Panthers case the summer Mrs. Clinton worked there: the trial of Huey Newton for the 1967 killing of an Oakland police officer. Treuhaft represented a Newton associate whose role in the trial may have helped Newton win a series of mistrials and, eventually, the dismissal of all charges related to the officer's death. 
OAKLAND CA, HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON "POWER TO THE PEOPLE": Regardless of whether Mrs. Clinton was on hand for the Panthers' legislature case, there can be no dispute that she was at the Treuhaft firm as it played a role in a highly publicized trial in which a top leader of the black militant group, Huey Newton, was charged with killing an Oakland police officer, John Frey. Newton's first retrial began in July 1971, soon after Mrs. Clinton arrived at the Treuhaft firm. Newton's defense was handled by Garry, who had represented Seale in New Haven two years earlier, earning Garry the title of "the Panthers' honky lawyer," according to Time Magazine.

Oakland CA, Former sixties radical David Horowitz, who helped fund the Black Panthers, says that both Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bill Lann Lee, who later became President Clinton’s head of the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, helped organize the pro-Panther demonstrations at Yale in 1970. Hillary Rodham Clinton writes that, “The world and its realities came crashing down on Yale in April 1970, when eight Black Panthers, including party leader Bobby Seale, were put on trial for murder in New Haven. Thousands of angry protesters, convinced the Panthers had been set up by the FBI and government prosecutors, swarmed into the city". Oakland CA, David Horowitz set up and financed the Cop Killing “Black Panthers” in the 1970’s, they killed cops, ran prostitution and sold drugs from the money he filtered to them .  

OAKLAND, Calif., Aug. 25 1989, Huey P. Newton (Cop Killer) came to prominence in the late 1960's as co-founder and defense minister of the Black Panther Party, which advocated that ''blacks ought to defend themselves with arms when attacked by police,'' in his words, until a ''democratic socialist society free of racism'' could be achieved. He was convicted of manslaughter in 1968 for the killing of a Oakland policeman, but was later released after a successful appeal and two retrials that Hillary Rodham Clinton appears to be involved with.
Did Hillary Clinton believe that it had been appropriate in 2001 for President Bill Clinton to have pardoned two members of the Weather Underground as he left office? The two recipients of Clinton's munificence were Linda Evans, who was sentenced to five years in prison for her participation in a string of 1980s bombings, and Susan Rosenberg, who was charged with participating in a bank robbery that left one guard and two police officers dead. Has Hillary Clinton ever criticized this decision? Has she ever said anything publicly about it? Weather Underground terrorist Rosenberg had been apprehended with 740 pounds of explosives in her possession. You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows, Hillary. 

Jan 22, 2001...An unusual combination of New York political and law enforcement leaders have condemned former President Bill Clinton's pardon of Susan L. Rosenberg, a one-time member of the Weather Underground terrorist group who was charged in the notorious 1981 Brink's robbery in Rockland County that left a guard and two police officers dead. Then Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, a Republican, and United States Senator Charles E. Schumer, a Democrat, were among those who criticized the pardon, as did Bernard B. Kerik, New York City's police commissioner. It was a time when radicals of all stripes—Black Panthers, the Black Liberation Army, advocates for Puerto Rican independence and the Weathermen banded together. In 1985, former Weather Underground members Susan Rosenberg (who also was implicated in the Nyack robbery [Brinks truck robbery/murder]) and Linda Evans were apprehended while transporting 740 pounds of explosives which they both acknowledged were slated for use in additional bombings" 
"On October 20, 1981 -- long after the Weather Underground had ceased to exist -- former Underground member Kathy Boudin and her soon-to-be husband, David Gilbert, were accomplices in the robbery of a Brinks armored car in Nyack, New York. David J. Gilbert, 37, rented the vehicle in the Bronx. Gilbert was a long time member of the Weather Underground and a fugitive from the state of Colorado where he faced charges of assault and possession of explosives. The passenger in the front seat of the U Haul was Kathy Boudin [another former Weather Underground member], on the run from the law since the townhouse explosion in 1970. The couple had dropped off their one-year old child with a babysitter in the morning and was waiting for the return of the red van." "In the back of the red van were Cecilio 'Chui' Ferguson, 35, Samuel Brown AKA Solomon Bouines, 41, Samuel Smith AKA Mtayari Sundiata, 37, and Donald Weems AKA Kuwasi Balagoon, 35. There were others present, but it has never been proven who, or how many. All the men in back of the van were members of a group they called 'The Family.' Most of them had ties to the Black Panthers or the Black Liberation Army, radical political groups that had many violent confrontations with police during the 1970s."

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