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There you go deflecting this specific individual by representing some non-related hypothetical. So am I wrong to conclude that you are saying it's ok for this guy to preach and sanction murder, because some hypotheticals want to attack Iran? As some would ask, "what does that have to do with the price of banana's?"
I think the question was whether the guy should be fired. He should not be fired for espousing unpopular views. He should be fired if he is calling on people or instructing people on how to kill. I don't agree with the guy any more than you do, but that's the beauty of the United States.
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its the author of the link, Mike Adams, a professor himself, that claims that Juilio Pino is linked to this blog ... if so ... and I am willing to give him due process, then it is unacceptable.
well I said, I was willing to give him due process and let all the facts come out, and here they are.
An Internet story on Wednesday identified a Kent State faculty member as the author of a jihadist news service on the Web.
Pino, 46, a Muslim convert and associate professor of history at KSU, did not return phone calls seeking comment.
His department head, John Jameson, defended him as a good teacher and said the allegations in the story appeared to have been blown out of proportion.
He said Pino told him he provided news stories to the Web site but didn't accept any ownership of it.
The Web site does not name the originator, but a photo of a bearded man there is not of Pino, the description of the originator does not fit Pino and none of the postings on it can be tied to Kent State, Jameson said.
The jihadist Web site ``doesn't have any connection to Kent State,'' university spokesman Ron Kirksey said. ``We object to our name being used in connection with it.''
First of all, the photo of the bearded man is clearly Ahmed Ibrahim al-Haznawi, one of the hijackers of flight 93. So if that's the university's proof that it is not him, then they don't know what they are talking about.
Second of all, if a Kent State professors posts stories on site like that, of course your name is going to be connected to it.
here's the official statement from KSU:
Kent State University has issued s public statement about Pino here. Here is what they said: "We have no evidence that this Web site is authored by Pino. There is no connection between this site and the university."
To me that says absolutely nothing other than they are saying they don't know anything about this.
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