Donna Joan Borup
August 31, 2011
The FBI is stepping up efforts to find an alleged domestic terrorist, Donna Joan Borup, who threw acid in the face of a New York City Port Authority police officer.
Mollie Halpern: The FBI is stepping up efforts to find an alleged domestic terrorist, Donna Joan Borup, who threw acid in the face of a New York City Port Authority police officer.
Kelly J. Langmesser: Because of that action, the police officer was partially blinded and had to resign from the force.
Halpern: I’m Mollie Halpern of the Bureau, and you’re listening to Wanted by the FBI. Borup attacked the officer during her participation in a violent disruption of an anti-apartheid demonstration. It happened at the JFK International Airport in Queens in September 1981. Kelly Langmesser of the New York City Office of Public Affairs…
Langmesser: It may be 30 years later, but this police officer deserves justice.
Halpern: At the time, Borup was a member of the 19th Communist Organization.
Langmesser: It was a radical group which ultimately was trying to overthrow the U.S. government.
Halpern: Borup has sisters living in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She has used several aliases and birth dates. She is highly intelligent and may have a photographic memory. For pictures of Borup and her complete description, visit www.fbi.gov. If you have information on her whereabouts, call your local FBI office.
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