But, for the record, I do recognize that there may be some vast right-wing conspiracy to frame Pino for using Kent State resources in disseminating his pro-Jihadist writings. (Someone sent me a blue burqua with a white stain but I’m not touching that one).But, in all seriousness, if I find out that Pino is a victim of a conspiracy I will be the first to print a retraction. You will find it right next to the ones citing evidence that the moon landing was faked and that professional wrestling is real.
And speaking of Israel there is new information about Pino’s support of suicide bombers who like to blow up Jews. Please turn your attention to point number three.
3. There is no evidence that Julio Pino has been indoctrinating students into his pro-Jihadist ideology.
Julio Pino’s efforts to convert students to a radical and violent form of Islam can be linked to a 2002 article he wrote praising a suicide bomber. It was published, by the way, in the Kent State student newspaper. Since that article was republished on the “Global War” blog, Kent State should have known that he was “linked” to the pro-Jihadist site.
But at least they could say that he was not abusing students in class with his ideological ranting. They cannot say that anymore.
A brave ROTC student who was enrolled in Pino’s class has now stated on television that Pino publicly mocked the student for wearing his military uniform to class. More serious accusations have been made on the internet by former students. These students should all come forward and make public statements as well.
I know this column might seem a little harsh on Julio Pino – the man who has succeeded in taking the heat off Colorado’s Ward Churchill. But at least I didn’t use any tasteless epithets in my reporting. If I called him a camel jockey, they might put me in rehab with Ann Coulter.
Author’s Note: For the record, Dr. Adams has no objection to being placed in rehab with Ann Coulter. It beats the hell out of sharing a bunk with John Edwards.