Friday, January 2, 2015

Brandeis Student Defends Tweets Of ‘No Sympathy’ For Dead Cops After Furiously Deleting Them

Moving at the speed of a three-toed slothThe Boston Globe has finally managed to cover 13-day-old news happening 16 long miles from its headquarters.
The story involves Khadijah Lynch, an African and Afro-American studies major at Brandeis University who took to Twitter on Dec. 20 to celebrate the brutal, execution-style murder of two New York Police Department officers.
“i have no sympathy for the nypd officers who were murdered today,” Lynch spouted on Twitter.
“lmao, all i just really dont have sympathy for the cops who were shot. i hate this racist fucking country,” the junior also tweeted. (RELATED: Fancypants, College Student: ‘No Sympathy’ For Brutally Executed Cops)
The Globe’s hot-off-the-presses story about Lynch is headlined “Brandeis student stands by comments on slain NY officers” — which is strange because Lynch responded to her own moment of fleeting infamy not by advancing her fanatical views but by rapidly erasing her entire Twitter page.

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