Chicago Aldermen Vote to Rename Street After FALN Terrorist

The FALN terrorists were behind more than 120 bombings on US targets between 1974 and 1983.

The FALN Bombing in El Barrio, East Harlem, New York City

FALN Bombing of Fraunces Tavern, New York City

FALN bombing 1977

HERE is a list of FALN Bombings and incendiary activities in the US.

Chicago Aldermen voted last week to approve an honorary street for FALN leader Oscar Lopez Rivera.
Obama let him out of prison when he left office.

ABC 7 reported:

Aldermen also voted to approve an honorary street re-naming for Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera.

The small sign above an inner street in Humbodlt Park through the heart of Chicago’s Puerto Rican community is just a few inches long, but the name that will soon be on it bears a deep and painful history.

“Oscar Lopez has become a unifying international figure within the fight for human rights,” said Ald. Roberto Maldonado.

But Joe Connor, a New York City businessman, doesn’t see it that way.

“My father was murdered by the FALN. Oscar Lopez was a member of the FALN, leader of the FALN. He is a terrorist and Chicago is honoring him,” Connor said.

Lopez Rivera just walked out of federal prison after former president Barack Obama commuted his sentence. He spent 35 years in prison after convictions related to 29 bombings and weapons charges committed by the Puerto Rican nationalist group.

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