Police group asks Palo Alto to remove murderer Assata Shakur from BLM mural

Police group asks Palo Alto to remove murderer Assata Shakur from BLM mural

The National Police Association (NPA) is demanding that the city of Palo Alto remove a street mural depicting Black Liberation Army member Assata Shakur. Shakur, believed to be hiding out in Cuba, escaped prison in 1979 after being convicted of killing a cop. Palo Alto’s Mayor Adrian Fine, while calling it a contentious issue, said ’as far as I’m concerned, absolutely’ on the mural staying.

Timothy
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Andrew Montague
Andrew Montague 3 weeks

This celebration of a convicted murderer should tell the normies what BLM really stand for.

Krešimir Turkalj
Krešimir Turkalj 3 weeks

Apparently, slave trading in time before it was considered immoral is abhorrent crime and good enough to warrant toppling down statue, even though that wasn't the reason why he even received statue. Meanwhile terrorist who killed cop is worthy of mural. What an astounding message for everyone.

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