Cynical anti-terror laws target Black radical

Sheppard, Barry
May 2013
Green Left Weekly;5/15/2013, Issue 965, p19
The article offers information about American activist Assata Shakur and also discusses the definition of terrorism used in the U.S. It informs that Shakur was living in an asylum in Cuba and she was arrested for her political beliefs and her race. According to Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent Aaron T. Ford, Shakur support terrorism and she became a member of the Black Liberation Army (BLA), a nationalist militant organization.


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