Fire-breathing, disgraced civil rights lawyer Lynne Stewart isn’t letting terminal cancer slow down her hate — saying in a recent interview that the thugs who gunned down cops in Dallas and Baton Rouge are actually “avengers.”
“They are avengers,” Stewart bizarrely ranted during an interview from her Brooklyn home, where she continues to battle the late-stage breast cancer that sprung her from prison. “They spoke for some of us when they did that.”
“They are not brazen, crazed, you know, insane killers,” the loon babbled. “They are avenging deaths that are never and have never been avenged since the ’60s and ’70s.”
The misguided diatribe continued with the 76-year-old saying she believed the slayings had, for now, acted as “a deterrent” in the killings of unarmed civilians by police.
The terrorist sympathizer was serving 10 years in federal lockup for helping client Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman — while he was serving a life sentence for plotting to blow up five New York landmarks — exchange messages from behind bars with fellow terrorists in Egypt.
Stewart was granted “compassionate release” in January 2014 after she was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer, prompting prosecutors and prison officials to advocate on her behalf. She was supposed to remain behind bars until 2018.