The website for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is assigned to protect the United States and enforce its laws, links to sites that laud the work of unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers and promote freedom for convicted agent-killer Leonard Peltier.
The issue was highlighted by researcher and writer Phil Kent, who heads a communications company in a lengthy career that includes a stint as a press secretary to a U.S. senator, years of writing for the Augusta, Ga., Chronicle, the presidency of the American Research Foundation and serving as spokesman for Americans for Immigration Control.
A project of the SPLC, its “Tolerance” website, features a laudatory profile of Ayers from 1998 titled “An Unconditional Embrace.”
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The website calls Ayers “a civil rights organizer, radical anti-Vietnam War activist, teacher and author.” Ayers was responsible for bombings of the New York City police headquarters in 1970, the U.S. Capitol in 1971 and the Pentagon in 1972 and later was quoted as saying he didn’t think he did enough.
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