Wanted: College Professor
Requirements: Must have previous ties to terrorist activities
Black Panthers. 'Joseph’s new book, Panther Baby (Algonquin) tells the story of his journey from young Panther to defendant in the famous Panther 21 trial to his time in jail to his current job as chairman of Columbia University’s School of the Arts film division.'
' had close relations with the Black Panther Party through her involvement in the Civil Rights Movement despite never being an official member of the party.' ' She was tried and acquitted of suspected involvement in the Soledad brothers' August 1970 abduction and murder of Judge Harold Haley in Marin County, California. ' On August 18, 1970, four days after the initial warrant was issued, the FBI director J. Edgar Hoover made Angela Davis the third woman and the 309th person to appear on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitive List.' 'Davis was an acting assistant professor in the philosophy department at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), beginning in 1969.' 'She is a retired professor with the History of Consciousness Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and is the former director of the university's Feminist Studies department'
'Among the more humorous points of her lecture
was a recollection of the moment she learned of being on the FBI’s Most Wanted list.'
'“I was in Florida, watching an episode of The F.B.I. (TV show) with (actor) Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
and he comes up with this big poster of me,” she recalled, laughing. “And he describes me as armed and dangerous and not to attempt to capture me if you see me. Contact local law enforcement.”'
Kathleen Neal Cleaver:
'An American professor of law, known for her involvement with the Black Panther Party.' 'Kathleen went back to school in 1981, receiving a full scholarship from Yale University.' '...She then worked as a Senior Research Associate at the Yale Law School, and a Senior Lecturer in the African American Studies department at Yale University. She is currently serving as senior lecturer at Yale University.'
Weather Underground. '...The New York Post reported that Kathy Boudin, a professor at Columbia University, was named the 2013 Sheinberg Scholar-in-Residence at NYU Law School.' (See 1981 Brinks Robbery at bottom of this post for related info.)
Weather Underground. '...a Distinguished Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago'
Weather Underground. Bill Ayers' wife. '...also a former Sheinberg Scholar-in-Residence at NYU'
Weather Underground. '...Machtinger was a professor at North Carolina Central University and Teaching Fellows Director at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill’s School of Education.'
Black Panthers. '...who is now a professor of women’s studies at California State University, a professor of sociology at Laney and Berkeley City College, and, according to one official biography, a “human rights activist.”'
Black Panthers. 'In 1975, after only four years of his prison term Kimbro became the Assistant Dean of Eastern Connecticut State University.'
Weather Underground. 'After 16 years in prison, her sentence was commuted by President Bill Clinton and, not long after, the self-identified “human rights activist” took a position teaching at John Jay College. '
Weather Underground. '... who fled after being indicted for bomb making in the 1970s, is an associate professor at Albany Law School.'
Honorable mentions for ties to terrorist activities after university affiliation.
Patty Hearst's Fiance '... the two moved to Berkeley when Weed received a teaching fellowship at the University of California.'
Unabomber. 'Kaczynski was accepted into Harvard University at the age of 16, where he earned an undergraduate degree. He subsequently earned a PhD in mathematics from the University of Michigan. He became an assistant professor at the University of California, Berkeley at age 25, but resigned two years later.'
Edit Add 5/12/2013
So, how does an American terrorist get paid and maintain a lifestyle? By splitting the loot from all of the bank and armored car robberies, evidently, such as the Weather Underground and Black Liberation Army's attempt in the 1981 Brinks robbery (Also featuring Tupac's step-father, Mutulu Shakur
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brink%27s_ ... %281981%29
And this one has a special 9/11 twist regarding Brinks guard, Joe Trombino.
At 3:55 pm, Brink's guards Peter Paige and Joe Trombino emerged from the mall carrying bags of money. As they loaded the money into the truck, the robbers stormed out of their van and attacked. One fired two shotgun blasts into the van's bulletproof windshield, while another opened fire with an M16 rifle. Paige was hit multiple times and killed instantly. Trombino was able to fire a single shot from his handgun, but was struck in the shoulder and arm by several rounds, nearly severing his arm from his body. The criminals grabbed $1.6 million in cash, got back in their van, and fled the scene.
Trombino survived his injuries, and continued to work for the Brink's company for the next 20 years; he was killed at age 68, while making a Brink's delivery in the September 11 attacks.