Mike Adams

As soon as I read those words, I replied to the sender asking whether this was, in fact, Julio Assad Pino of Kent State University. I assumed that if it was a fraud, the author would fraudulently claim it was real. But, alas, there was no answer.

I then wrote to Julio Assad Pino to give him an opportunity to tell me whether it was a fraud. Again, there was no answer.

I then called Julio Pino’s office the next day to give him a chance to explain himself. Still, there was no answer.

Finally, I called and wrote the Provost at Kent State University asking him to shed some light on the situation. There was no return email, nor a return phone call.

For six months now I have been trying to get the FBI and the State of Ohio to focus on a man who has been definitively linked to website (now defunct), which called for the mass murder of Jews and American soldiers and, which also provided specific bomb-making instructions for those willing to perform the murders in the name of Islam – the world’s most violent religion. Since Julio Pino confessed his connection to the site, no one else has been linked to it and I predict that no one ever will.

As a result of a) incompetence, b) apathy, or c) both (on behalf of the FBI and the State of Ohio) Julio Assad Pino is feeling confident again. And, apparently, he now feels brave enough to send me messages on 911 saying that the attacks on New York and Washington were justified according to his religion of mass murder and racism.

Clearly, a strong response is warranted.

I would like to request (respectfully) that my four favorite radio talk show hosts – Neal Boortz, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, and Jim Quinn – take the time to read these excerpts on the air some time this afternoon.

We also need to pursue a formal investigation of Julio Pino and demand answers from his employers at Kent State. Towards that end, I urge you all to write to the traitor directly (jpino@kent.edu) before you write to his boss in the higher administration at Kent State (provost@kent.edu).

If you aren’t satisfied with what you hear just write to me (adams_mike@hotmail.com) at your earliest convenience. If I don’t answer immediately, I’m probably in the garage reloading. But I’ll get back to you faster than a Muslim extremist with tenure in Ohio.

Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and author of Letters to a Young Progressive: How To Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Don't Understand.