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October 4th 2012
Monday, October 1, 2012 - from Mike Vanderboegh at Sipsey Street Irregulars Blogspot.
As a college student, Eric Holder participated in an 'armed' takeover of former Columbia University ROTC office. Yeah, but what does his FBI file from the time period show?
As a freshman at Columbia University in 1970, future Attorney General Eric Holder participated in a five-day occupation of an abandoned Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) headquarters with a group of black students later described by the university's Black Students' Organization as "armed," The Daily Caller has learned.
Department of Justice spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler has not responded to questions from The Daily Caller about whether Holder himself was armed — and if so, with what sort of weapon.
Holder was then among the leaders of the Student Afro-American Society (SAAS), which demanded that the former ROTC office be renamed the "Malcolm X Lounge." The change, the group insisted, was to be made "in honor of a man who recognized the importance of territory as a basis for nationhood."
Black radicals from the same group also occupied the office of Dean of Freshman Henry Coleman until their demands were met. Holder has publicly acknowledged being a part of that action.
I'll go one little tidbit from the past further on that subject. As this article from the Harvard Crimson dated 17 April 1971 indicates, the FBI was actively searching at the time for informants within the black student associations of the Ivy League schools.
I wonder what Eric Holder's FBI file from the time shows? Was he the subject of an investigation? Was he an FBI snitch? Inquiring minds want to know.
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