JetBlue honored Joanne Chesimard, infamous murderer of a N.J. State Trooper

By The Staff
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Joanne Chesimard was a member of the the Black Liberation Army. She’s presently hiding in Cuba because she murdered New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster on the New Jersey Turnpike back in 1973.

Now the popular airline JetBlue is apologizing — sort of — after honoring Chesimard as part of a Black History Month promotion.

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This display was up at John K. Kennedy International Airport:

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Chesimard remains on the FBI Most Wanted list.

“Our crewmembers came together to celebrate Black History Month with a display in Terminal 5 featuring prominent individuals in history. When we learned of concerns regarding one individual, we immediately removed the poster,” said a spokesperson for JetBlue when contacted by The Daily Caller.

New Jersey politicians have repeatedly pushed Washington to take action on returning Chesimard to the U.S.

This isn’t the first time Chesimard has been ‘honored’ in recent years. The Women’s March celebrated the cop killer back in 2017 earning widespread condemnation from various groups.

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