Skip to comments.S.F. police union accuses Ayers in 1970 bombing
Posted on 10/24/2018 2:13:22 PM PDT by Brown Deer
Leaders of San Francisco's police officers union have accused Weather Underground co-founder Bill Ayers and his wife, Bernardine Dohrn, of taking part in the 1970 bombing of a city police station that killed a sergeant.
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“Free as a bird, guilty as sin, what a country..!”
The death of this scumbag would not bring me an ounce of bother.
Bill Errs, over and over.
Place an arrest warrant on him
Oh, how timely. Dollars to doughnuts it is being done by Democrats.
Billy Ayers, Obama’s mentor and ghostwriter, did REAL BOMBS that actually exploded!
nine year old story. not news.
Too bad they couldn’t have done it before Obama was elected. Obama got his start in Bill Ayers’ living room.
No statute of limitations on murder, right?
It’s news today. He came out of retirement.
It would have been helpful to see “(2009 article)” in the title of the thread.
S.F. police union accuses Ayers in 1970 bombing
SFGATE ^ | Thursday, March 12, 2009 | Demian Bulwa
Yes the pipe bomb is the preferred device of Bill Ayers
barack hussein obama’s friend. They worked together in the same small university office for over 3 years. The door was decorated with anti American slogans.
Barack Obama was a director of the Woods Fund board from 1999 to Dec. 11, 2002, according to the Fund’s website. While sources such as the Chicago Sun-Times provide a laundry list of Obama’s problematic relationships (Rezko, Farrakhan, Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright, Austan Goolsbee), none may prove more damaging than fellow Woods fund directors William Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn. snip
As part of their plan to overthrow the U.S. government, the Weather Underground created weapons caches and bomb factories. An accidental explosion in one factory killed several WUO members.
Inspection of the apartment yielded an amount of explosives and bomb making paraphernalia... fingerprints of [Weather Underground] members were found in this apartment [including] William Charles Ayers.
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