Skip to comments.Future Cornell Law Dean Was Leader of ’93 Day Hall Occupation
Posted on 03/24/2014 5:47:48 PM PDT by Behind Liberal LinesEdited on 03/24/2014 6:03:32 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Last week, the University announced Eduardo Peñalver will serve as the next dean of Cornell Law School. Over 20 years ago, however, University administrators were considering suspending Peñalver.
In November 1993, Peñalver was a leader of a four-day occupation of Day Hall, which resulted in two reported confrontations with Cornell police, The Sun previously reported.
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Another example of American decadence and decline in the post Christian neo pagan era.
This guy is a radical leftist. He is also Catholic and specializes in criticizing the teachings of the Church on sexual morality.
Thomas W. Jones, a leader of the Afro-American Society (AAS) l969 Willard Straight Hall armed occupation to protest Cornell’s perceived racism, is now senior partner of TWJ Capital LLC.
It’s Cornell. The home of leftist anti-American historian George McT Kahin (The US in Vietnam, leftwing view of Vietnam), and his Hanoi Supporting students from the International Relations of East Asia Project; Gary Mr. Hanoi Porter, for a while, Dave Marr, possibly William Goodfellow (Mr. Genocide Denier re Cambodia), possibly Guy Gran, another Genocide denier; and others.
Porter’s fame is to deny that the VC and No. Vietnamese carried out any massacres in their month long occupation of the central Vietnamese city of Hue, in which over 6,000-8,000 people of all ages were systematically slaughtered, many from “hit lists” and others from general roundups and mass killings (shot or shovel hit in the back of the head with hands tied behind their backs with ropes or wire, buried alive, buried in the various sand dunes on or near the Perfume River, and in small gravesites throughout the area. Friends of mine dug up some of the bodies whose hands were tied behind their backs with wire, and shot in the head).
Cornell has a few good, patriotic teachers, but the school has been a marxist cesspool since the late 60’s and the stench of treason and false history has never been erased.
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