JetBlue sorry for poster of 'cop killer' Assata Shakur at New York airport
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JetBlue has taken down a poster of a convicted murderer it had included as part of a Black History Month tribute at New York’s Kennedy airport.
The airline said on Saturday it removed the poster paying tribute to Assata Shakur last month, after being alerted via Twitter that Shakur is “a convicted cop killer”.