Wednesday, April 22, 2009

But, It's Earth Day, Man-
Free the 'Horn

Free Ira Einhorn, man. Honor the Earth as he honored the Earth, man. And the pigs got him in prison, man. Everybody knows the C.I.A. framed him, man. That's why the pirates are attacking us, man. Off the HORN of Africa, man. Mother Earth is mad, man.
He also claimed to have been instrumental in creating Earth Day in 1970, and during the first Earth Day event, which was televised globally, Ira Einhorn was on stage as master of ceremonies,...1
He was even shaped kinda like a watermelon, man. But this b*tch, man, she screwed with his head, man.
She had been a fresh, blue-eyed former cheerleader-turned-Bryn Mawr student-turned women's libber when they met in a college café. He, being one of the politically vocal icons of the time, totally overwhelmed her at first.

Physically, they were the odd couple. Einhorn, a hulk of a man, a behemoth at 5' 10" and 230 pounds, wore a prophet's beard, went unbathed and carried a gut that stretched the belly of his undersized, tie-dyed T-shirts to the limit. She, in contrast, bore the carriage of a ballerina, gliding as if on air, petite and whispy, of translucent skin and tiny movements. Her sister later compared her to "a Michelle Pfeiffer". Her smile glowed and brought a ray of sunshine that totally drew attention away from the bear that shuffled beside her.

But, the Beauty found the Beast magnetic and his genius captivating.2
He was deep, man. He even hung out with Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman, man. But the pigs lied about him, man.
But Mr. Einhorn has another line on his resume. In addition to being a environmental guru, he is the Unicorn Killer.

While a student at the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Einhorn dated a Bryn Mawr College graduate by the name of Holly Maddux. When the affair ended in 1977, Mr. Einhorn went into a jealous rage and murdered her.

He concealed his crime for 18 months by stuffing Ms. Maddux’s body in a trunk that he kept in his apartment. The foul odor of the decomposing corpse coming from Mr. Einhorn’s Powelton Village apartment caused neighbors to complain. In 1979, police found the trunk stored in a closet in Mr. Einhorn’s apartment.3

We need to free Ira, man. He had incompetent counsel or something, man.

Who defended him in during his 1981 conviction?

Arlen Specter, man.

Oh, wow, man!

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