Re: [sixties-l] Re: Black Panthers (Roz replies[2])

From: David Horowitz (
Date: Tue Jun 13 2000 - 02:56:46 CUT

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    This is such classic example of leftists inability to think clearly about life
    and death issues. The Panthers' alibi was that the man who said he came from the
    central committee and ordered the interrogation and murder of Alex Rackley was a
    police informer. So what? Assume it is true (and there is no particular reason to
    believe that it is), so what? Ericka Huggins and the Panthers present still
    tortured this young man and took his life. Where is your ourtrage over that?
    Suppose a vigilante squad of the right behaved that way. Suppose they just took
    Roz Payne into a back alley, decided she was a commie spy, gave her a "trial" by
    pouring boiling water on her and then took her out and had her shot. What would
    you think of the group --- whatever their alibi? wrote:

    > From:
    > Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2000 20:28:00 EDT
    > In a message dated 6/12/00 David Horowitz wrote
    > << Ericka Huggins, a Panther icon,
    > poet etc. admitted that she boiled the water that other Panthers poured on
    > Alex
    > Rackley's chest before he was taken out an shot. >>
    > He leaves out that the Alex Rackley murder was directed by a police informer
    > who had infiltrated the New Haven panthers becoming head of security and gave
    > the orders and led the torture.. He was so out of it during the trial that
    > he sat there drooling and nodding out.
    > roz payne

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