Park Service cancels funding for project ‘honoring legacy’ of Black Panther Party

The particular National Park Service told the  Washington Free Beacon   it is no longer providing financing for a controversial project “honoring the particular legacy” of the Black Panther Celebration after outrage that the agency would certainly spend taxpayer dollars to memorialize a group that murdered a recreation area ranger in the 1970s.

The  Free of charge Beacon  revealed   last 30 days that the Park Service gave approximately $100, 000 to the University associated with California, Berkeley for a research project at the Marxist extremist group to “memorialize a history that brought meaning in order to lives far beyond the Bay area Bay Area. ”

“Committed to honestly honoring the legacy of [Black Panther Party] BPP activists as well as the San Francisco Bay Area communities they will served, the project seeks in order to document the lives of active supporters and workers and elders and the landscapes that will shaped the movement, ” the particular National Park Service stated within the grant awarded for the project.

A chief in the Black Panther Party killed National Park Service ranger Kenneth Patrick while he was upon patrol near San Francisco in 1973. Patrick was  shot three times   simply by Veronza Leon Curtis Bowers Junior., who is currently serving a living sentence for first-degree murder. Tanker left behind a widow and 3 children.

The Fraternal Order of Law enforcement, the largest organization of sworn police force officers with over 330, 500 members, sent a  letter   in order to President Donald Trump last week articulating “outrage and shock” that the Nationwide Park Service would fund task management honoring the legacy of the Dark Panther Party.

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