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'''Ward Churchill''' was a professor at the [[University of Colorado]] who [[deceit|falsely represented]] himself as an [[American Indian]] in order to become a lecturer on [[Native American]] studies.
 
'''Ward Churchill''' was a professor at the [[University of Colorado]] who [[deceit|falsely represented]] himself as an [[American Indian]] in order to become a lecturer on [[Native American]] studies.
  
He was criticized for referring to the victims of the [[9/11]] attacks as "little Eichmanns".
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He was criticized for referring to the victims of the [[9/11]] attacks as "little Eichmanns", comparing them to the infamous Nazi leader, in an article titled ''Some People Push Back: On the Justice of Roosting Chickens'' that was published shortly after 9/11. [http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=42638]
  
 
The university's Standing Committee on Research Misconduct found Churchill guilty of several charges, including plagiarism and fabrication of information. [http://www.coloradodaily.com/articles/2006/05/16/news/c_u_and_boulder/news1.html]
 
The university's Standing Committee on Research Misconduct found Churchill guilty of several charges, including plagiarism and fabrication of information. [http://www.coloradodaily.com/articles/2006/05/16/news/c_u_and_boulder/news1.html]
  
 
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Revision as of 02:45, 14 May 2007

Ward Churchill was a professor at the University of Colorado who falsely represented himself as an American Indian in order to become a lecturer on Native American studies.

He was criticized for referring to the victims of the 9/11 attacks as "little Eichmanns", comparing them to the infamous Nazi leader, in an article titled Some People Push Back: On the Justice of Roosting Chickens that was published shortly after 9/11. [1]

The university's Standing Committee on Research Misconduct found Churchill guilty of several charges, including plagiarism and fabrication of information. [2]