Garrett: Obama’s Chesimard silence “truly upsetting”

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog

chesimardJoanne Chesimard – the Black Liberation Army scumbag still hiding out in Cuba after murdering State Trooper Werner Foerster on the New Jersey Turnpike in 1973 – was one of many unaddressed grievances when the Obama Administration decided to open Cuba despite calls from New Jersey’s federal representatives on both sides of the aisle.

The fact that President Obama still isn’t bothering to bring it up during his ongoing Cuba visit is angering many including U.S. Rep. Scott Garrett (R, NJ-05).

“During President Obama’s speech in Havana with Cuban President Castro this afternoon he talked about a Rolling Stones concert, a Tampa Bay Rays baseball game, and urged Congress to lift the trade embargo against the tyrannical regime. The president did not, however, mention a single word about the extradition of convicted cop-killer Joanne Chesimard or terrorist William Morales,” Garrett opined in a statement. “These cowardly criminals must face justice here in the United States for their crimes before Congress has any debates about lifting the trade embargo, and the president’s failure to make this a priority in negotiations between our countries is truly upsetting to those seeking justice.”


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