Mike Adams

Officials at Kent state University have now resorted to lying to protect a radical Islamic professor who has engaged in treason against the United Stated government. In addition to demanding the criminal prosecution of Professor Julio Pino, citizens of Ohio should immediately withdraw all support from Kent State.

The following email was released to Kent State alumni on August 5th by university officials:

President Lester Lefton and the Board have received your email regarding information you have received or read on the Internet concerning statements that have been alleged to have been made by Dr. Julio Pino, a Kent State faculty member.

The University takes complaints and allegations against our employees seriously, and we investigate each claim for an appropriate actionable response. Dr. Pino said he did not send the July 30 e-mail in question to Mike Adams. He alleges that his university e-mail was “hacked.”

Nevertheless, please realize that the university does not speak for Dr. Pino nor defend any views he might have, and he does not speak for Kent State, our departments or faculty. As a university, we are obligated by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to recognize that political speech is strongly protected.

Thank you for expressing your concern regarding these accusations against Dr. Pino. It is always good to hear from our alums regardless of the issue. If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Thomas R. Neumann
Associate Vice President
University Communications and Marketing

The statement by the university is problematic because it addresses only one of the six allegations I have made against Julio Pino. In my column, I accused Pino of “us(ing) his university e-mail account to profanely denigrate fallen U.S. soldiers.” The university responded by saying that Pino’s account was hacked. Note that they did not say that an investigation revealed that it had been hacked. They merely stated that their anti-Semitic Jihadist professor said his email was hacked.

But I am demanding an investigation. And Kent State alumni should demand the same. In the meantime, I am using this column to repeat my other charges against Pino. After each charge I am including the defense that I predict will be forthcoming from Kent State University:

Charge: Pino has used his university e-mail account to boast of raping and sodomizing the mother of another university professor – this time using the term “c***” to refer to a senior citizen, not a U.S. soldier.

Kent State response: Dr Pino alleges that his e-mail was also “hacked” on that occasion.


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.