This guy is amazing. Really. He shoots his mouth off
saying stupid things and gets the countrys attention.
Now the country is looking at him, and the cracks in
his character have become canyons. He lied about
being Indian and possibly lied about his credentials
(College Thesis). Now it appears that he infringed on
copywrited art and claimed it as his own.
Lefties at this site may whine at the source for this,
but it seems that this story definately has legs.
ANOTHER BIZARRE TWIST IN THE WARD CHURCHILL SAGA
By Michelle Malkin
February 25, 2005 08:21 AM
Check out these two pieces of art. The first, drawn by the late
artist Thomas E. Mails, was published in a 1972 book called The
Mystic Warriors of the Plains. The second, titled "Winter Attack,"
was "drawn" by University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill.
GO TO THE SITE TO SEE THE TWO PICTURES ... AND READ WHERE
THIS ISN'T THE FIRST TIME HE HAS DONE THIS. ...
NOTE - yes I know that using other people's art work and claiming
it as your own isn't 'art theft' ... it's copywrite infringment and things,
but art theft fit in the title of this thread better.
[edit on 2/27/2005 by FlyersFan]