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Kaepernick, Celeb Friends Give Cash To Group Honoring Killer Terrorist

Former football player Colin Kaepnick has adopted the cause of a cop-killer on the FBI's Most Wanted list.

​Chicago, IL - Anti-police activist Colin Kaepernick announced on Twitter that he was donating money to an organization that celebrated and supported a wanted terrorist who was convicted of killing a police officer.

Kaepernick, who started the National Football League player protests by kneeling for the national anthem in a 2016 exhibition game, announced Feb. 2 that he had personally pledged $25,000 to Assata’s Daughters, the organization that supported notorious cop killer Joanne Chesimard, AKA Assata Shakur, The Washington Times reported.

He also said his “Million Dollar Pledge” had raised a total of $45,000 for the organization based in Chicago.

Chesimard, was convicted of murder in 1977 for fatally shooting New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster in 1973.

While serving a life sentence in 1979, Chesimard escaped from prison and fled to Cuba, where she has remained in in political asylum for 39 years.

Chesimard, 70, is on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s list of Most Wanted Terrorists.

On its website, Assata’s Daughters described itself as a “grassroots intergenerational collective of radical Black women” in Chicago.

“We come together in struggle as radical Black feminists and organizers, under the shared respect, love and study of Assata Shakur,” the website said.

“Overall, we work to escalate, deepen, and sustain the larger Black Lives Matter movement,” it said.

Actress Yara Shahidi donated $10,000 to Assata’s Daughters, which she described as “an amazing organization.”

Shahidi was on the TV series “Black-ish” that has been on the air since 2014.

Comedian Hannibal Buress also contributed $10,000 to Assata’s Daughters, according to the Independent Journal Review.

“I will donate one million dollars plus all the proceeds of my jersey sales from the 2016 season to organizations working in oppressed communities, 100k a month for 10 months,” Kaepernick posted on his website.

Kaepernick opted out of the final year in his contract with the San Francisco 49ers after the 2016 season.

However, following the national anthem controversy, no NFL team wanted to sign Kaepernick as their quarterback, and he remains unemployed.

Wow we are hearing arguments from a guy who grew up watching spongebob supporting a guy who supports a terrorist. Can't get more liberal than that shit. So I would consider Kapperdick a terrorist sponsor now and he should therefore be placed on a watch list and no fly list. What's next? Hire a hit man to start killing cops? Someone needs to take this guy out at this point.

@ymbattiste first off, I'm against crooked cops, not all cops.

Second, this is a free and open site,that's why I'm here. You don't hold a key to shit. BUT, I am a web developer. If you would like a secure, LEO-only site or app, I can lay the groundwork for you and be the webmaster for a $200/hour retention fee.

And being a surgeon is a highly skilled trade, unlike many many jobs in this world. Especially being a cop. If surgeons made as many questionable calls as police, I'm sure people would be protesting for better training and less abuse from surgeons.

@Hi_estCumminsDiesel if you're talking about me, I was in college when spongebob was on, so I definitely wasn't watching it.

I'd be embarrassed if I was a 60+ year old man copying someone half their age's username though. Don't you have a buffet and a shot of geritol to get to?

Keep that mouth open like that long enough something might fly in it trap yapper.

I had this name first.

You mother was a hamster, and your father smelt of elderberries.

I wouldn't shit you, you're my favorite turd.

You're so racist you make Al Sharpton and Malcolm X look like choir boys.

You suck so bad you could suck start a leaf blower.

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lol yeah he's a butt sniffer!

H-_estCommDenomn,, a two year old can work with computers. This forum has nothing to do with u... and most sites are free . You’re web developer go create one for yourself. And why the fuck would you categorize a surgeons work
as “skilled trade “ carpentry, brick layers, welders those are “skilled trades”. Being a doctor and/or a Police officer is a calling You’re a very disrespectful, ignorant, douche bag to the brave men and women on this site and the officers Who lost their lives doing their job !you wouldn’t understand that cuz you’re scared ass hides in an office being a desk . Jockey ..”look mom ,I know how to use a keyboard.” You’re coaching from the bleachers not knowing what’s really going on down on the field . Get a clue dude...

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AMEN brother!

And this Kaepernick asshat wants to go down in history as some type of Rosa Parks wannabe but what the whole world will actually remember him as is the jackass that ruined the NFL.

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I agree about crooked cops being prosecuted. Go for it. One less idiot I need to deal with. Cops are being prosecuted in other ways as well. At the hands of blacks in the form of street justice. I make no since to me that Michael Browns family got millions for a wrongful death suit, when the death was not wrongful. This one was legit. Brown was a rat-bag thug. Proven time and time again. His friends tried to lie about it and were not charged. It was a good shooting. Why is it when a crime is committed in a black neighborhood, witnesses are there and seen everything, but when police show up...crickets...no one saw anything ? This is call appeasement, do what they ask for or riots will start. I like Michael Browns daddy's idea of burning it all down. If an educated white man would have said that on national TV, he would be jailed for in sighting a riot. Bottom line... blacks and whites need to learn how to act when being approached by a police officer. That may save a lot of lives in itself.

The Journal of Patient Safety that says that between 210,000 and 440,000 patients each year who go to the hospital for care suffer some type of preventable harm that contributes to their death. https://www.propublica.org/article/how-many-die-from-medical-mistakes-in-us-hospitals While only 987 people were killed by the police, the vast majority justified. https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/national/police-shootings-2017/ Why aren't you posting comments on medical sites complaining about all the people killed as a result of medical malpractice? Compared to those highly trained doctors and nurses the police do a much better job in a field were there are many variables.

@LEO0301 because they are highly trained. Not like police officers. LOL. Besides, I don't think he could afford a pay sight.

For a profession that is supposedly highly trained they sure do make a lot of mistakes that contribute to the death of their patients.

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