Colin Kaepernick donated $25K to organization named after cop-killer

The next time that Colin Kaepernick says he's not anti-police, someone should ask him about a $25,000 donation his foundation made to a charitable organization named after a notorious cop-killer who escaped from prison and now lives in Cuba.  The organization, Chicago-based Assata's Daughters, is named after Assata Shakur, a member of the Black Panthers, was stopped by a New Jersey state trooper in 1973, during which a gunfight ensued, and the trooper, Werner Foerster, was killed.  She was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison. But in 1979, members of the Black Liberation Army busted her out of jail and she was welcomed with open arms by Castro's Cuba.  She has been atop the FBI's Most Wanted list ever since. Washington Times: The grant includes $2,500 for CopWatch, a program that trains volunteers to follow and video police, and $15,000 for teen training, part of the group's commitment to "develop...(Read Full Post)