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Posted on 10/20/2009 2:41:14 PM PDT by dmartin
The sub-headline over the September 16 article says it all: "The investigation into a cop killing in the '70s leads to a law professor who helped launch Barack Obama's political career." The law professor is former Communist terrorist Bernardine Dohrn, a leader of the Weather Underground known for praising mass murderer Charles Manson.
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We know it’s highly likely that Bill Ayers’ woman (forgot her name) planted the bomb that killed the cop in 1970 San Francisco. And Mr. Kincaid isn’t telling us something that we all already aren’t aware of but what next?
Is this murder from long ago being adjudicated?
How about the murder of Donald Young, choir director of Wright’s hate church, who was murdered in Dec 07 and was supposedly Zero’s homosexual lover? He was Vince Fostered.
Show me who your friends are, and I’ll tell you who you are.
I think VP Biden holds the key to the closet where obambi’s homoSecrets are hid. Rememeber Biden’s son was the Delaware AG who jailed Larry Sinclair.
Google Quarles Harris shot
GLENN BECK READS ABOUT LARRY SINCLAIR!!!
“oBAma has already muzzled the number two man on our hit list, self published author Larry Sinclair, who claims he did cocain and had gay sex with man who now occupies the Oval Office....” LOL
"The investigation into a cop killing in the '70s leads to a law professor who helped launch Barack Obama's political career." The law professor is former Communist terrorist Bernardine Dohrn, a leader of the Weather Underground known for praising mass murderer Charles Manson.At one of the ever-cheerful conventions of the SDS, she also asked those assembled if it was "correct" to murder white infants.
I wonder if obambi will butt in and ask if the INVESTIGATION is being handled STUPIDLY?
Too close to Planned Parenthood, partial-birth abortion (link to Obama via "born-alive protection act" ?), and Pete Singer for me.
NO cheers, unfortunately.
Article: Allies in War -by David Horowitz
FrontPageMagazine.com | Monday, September 17, 2001
"Kill all the rich people. Break up their cars and apartments. Bring the revolution home, kill your parents, that's where it's really at"
--Bill Ayers (1970), quoted in New York Times, September 11, 2001:
Article: "No Regrets for a Love Of Explosives; In a Memoir of Sorts, a War Protester Talks of Life With the Weathermen"
The Center for Public Intellectuals & The University of Illinois-Chicago (UIC)
April 19th-20th, 2002, Conference
[Participants include: William/Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, Sen Barack Obama]
April 19th-20th, 2002
Chicago Illini Union
828 S. Wolcott
This conference is part of the Center's mission of helping to create a more engaged civil society, working towards social change, fostering coalitions between theorists and activists, and combating anti-intellectualism in contemporary culture. It will be both a celebration of ideas and a rigorous examination of the roles and responsibilities that intellectuals play in society.
I. Why Do Ideas Matter? (a keynote panel)
We introduce the meta theme of the conference by hearing success stories from diverse voices discussing their experiences intervening intellectually.
Timuel Black, Chicago activist; Prof. Emeritus, City Colleges of Chicago
Lonnie Bunch, President, Chicago Historical Society
Bernardine Dohrn, Northwestern University Law School, Children and Family Justice Center
Gerald Graff, UIC, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Richard Rorty, Stanford University, Philosophy
III. Lunch and Public Encounters
Alternative breakout tours led by Chicago activists. Tours of Bronzeville and other communities, and visits to organizations that are working on partnering theorists with activists.
IV. Intellectuals in Times of Crisis
Experiences and applications of intellectual work in urgent situations.
William Ayers, UIC, College of Education; author of Fugitive Days
Douglass Cassel, Northwestern University, Center for International Human Rights
Cathy Cohen, University of Chicago, Political Science
Salim Muwakkil, Chicago Tribune; In These Times
Barack Obama, Illinois State Senator
Barbara Ransby, UIC, African-American Studies (moderator)
The Center for Public Intellectuals
University of Illinois-Chicago (UIC):
"It was at the Chicago home of [Bill] Ayers and [Bernardine] Dohrn that Obama, then an up-and-coming 'community organizer,' had his political coming out party in 1995. Not content with this rite of passage in Lefty World where unrepentant terrorists are regarded as progressive luminaries, still working 'only to educate' both Obamas tended to the relationship with the Ayers."
Article: The Company He Keeps:
Meet Obamas circle: The same old America-hating Left
Sponsored by America's Survival, Inc. www.usasurvival.org
March 12 National Press Club / First Amendment Lounge 12:30 2:30*
Sergeant Brian V. McDonnell:
Victim of Weather Underground anti-personnel shrapnel bomb allegedly planted by Bernardine Dohrn (the wife of Bill Ayers) at San Francisco Park Police Station, February 16, 1970.
March 12, 2009, conference on Justice for Victims of Weather Underground Terrorism [VIDEO]
USA Survival.org ^ | March 2009 | Cliff Kincaid
Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2009 9:19:54 PM by ETL
Videos of Press Conference
|Video One: Cliff Kincaid, Larry Grathwohl|
|Video Two: Larry Grathwohl,|
|Video Three: Larry Grathwohl|
|Video Four: Jim Pera|
|Video Five: Jim Pera, Cliff Kincaid|
|Video Six: Herbert Romerstein|
|Video Seven: Herbert Romerstein|
|Video Eight: Trevor Loudon|
|Video Nine: Trevor Loudon, Cliff Kincaid
Special Report: The Park Police Station Bombing Case (4.94 MB PDF):
I don’t know why this surprises anyone.
Obama, his friends. his associates, his mentors, his ideals, his political philosophy—all of it is about power, anger, control, guilt, and revenge.
30-Y.O. Unsolved SF Murders Reopen
[Weather Underground, Black Liberation Army, Ayers, Dohrn]
BAY AREA (KRON) -- The unsolved murder of two San Francisco police officers has languished as cold cases for 30 years until now. A federal grand jury has been looking into the murders. Many of the people now under investigation both as potential targets and witnesses in this case are scattered across the country. Many of them are now in their 50s and 60s. Investigators believe the crimes were politically motivated and committed by militant radical groups.
On August 29, 1971, sergeant John Young is killed in a barrage of gunfire when two men walk into the Ingleside police station and begin shooting at officers sitting behind the glass partition. It is the second unsolved police killing in 18 months.
On February 16, 1970, officer Brian McDonnell is killed when a bomb explodes at Park Police Station. Attorney Joe O'Sullivan, at the time was a young police officer. "It was just bedlam. I don't think we were able to get into the station. I think it was cordoned off. Nobody really knew the exact nature of the devastation," he says.
For three decades, the police murders remained unsolved. Evidence from the two crime scenes sat in the police property room.
KRON 4 News has learned that three years ago, San Francisco police secretly re-opened the case. Armed with new forensic technology and with State and Federal agencies helping, SFPD investigators began to work full-time on the murders.
And now, sources tell us, those investigators have identified potential suspects: former members of two militant groups in the '60s and '70s -- the Weather Underground and the Black Liberation Army, people who've been out of the spotlight for decades. The most prominent among them is Bernadine Dohrn, a former leader of the Weather Underground and now a law professor at Northwestern University in Illinois.
30-Y.O. Unsolved SF Murders Reopen [part 1 of 3]
Patriot Act Used to Reopen Murder Case? [part 2 of 3]
Survivor of Old Murder Case Speaks Out [part 3 of 3]
The following is from wikipedia but is well documented.
Sgt. Brian V. McDonnell
"In a bombing that took place on February 16, 1970, and that was credited to the Weathermen at the time, a pipe bomb filled with heavy metal staples and lead bullet projectiles was set off on the ledge of a window at the Park Station of the San Francisco Police Department. In the blast, Brian V. McDonnell, a police sergeant, was fatally wounded while Robert Fogarty, another police officer, received severe wounds to his face and legs and was partially blinded.
Weatherman leader Bernardine Dohrn has been suspected of involvement in the February 16, 1970, bombing of the Park Police Station in San Francisco. At the time, Dohrn was said to be living with a Weatherman cell in a houseboat in Sausalito, California, unnamed law enforcement sources later told KRON-TV.
An investigation into the case was reopened in 1999, and a San Francisco grand jury looked into the incident, but no indictments followed, and no one was ever arrested for the bombing.
An FBI informant, Larry Grathwohl, who successfully penetrated the organization from the late summer of 1969 until April 1970, later testified to a U.S. Senate subcommittee that Bill Ayers, then a high-ranking member of the organization and a member of its Central Committee (but not then Dohrn's husband), had said Dohrn constructed and planted the bomb. Grathwohl testified that Ayers had told him specifically where the bomb was placed (on a window ledge) and what kind of shrapnel was put in it. Grathwohl said Ayers was emphatic, leading Grathwohl to believe Ayers either was present at some point during the operation or had heard about it from someone who was there.
In a book about his experiences published in 1976, Grathwohl wrote that Ayers, who had recently attended a meeting of the group's Central Committee, said Dohrn had planned the operation, made the bomb and placed it herself. In 2008, author David Freddoso commented that "Ayers and Dohrn escaped prosecution only because of government misconduct in collecting evidence against them", Freddoso wrote.
 Former Weatherman Larry Grathwohl's October 18, 1974 testimony to the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee
(SAN FRANCISCO POLICE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION)
I’ve said it before and I’ll repeat it again for anyone who wants to listen.
Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn ARE the Zodiac Killer(s).
Why do I think this?
Because they had the the means (radical violent revolutionaries) the motives (pure unadulterated HATE) and the opportunity (they were both in the Bay Area during the time period).
The investigators of these crimes came to the conclusion that there had to be TWO people involved and that the Zodiac killer was highly educated and probably, and I’m quoting the investigators here, “an Ivy-League professor type from back East”.
The Zodiac killer would taunt the police and bragged that he would never get caught. And he hasn’t been caught, let alone identified, to this very day.
What has Bill Ayers famously said on many occaisions?
“Guilty as hell, free as a bird, Ain’t America great?”
Why would he say that and what was he referring to?
Why do I think this?
Because they had the the means ... the motives ... and the opportunity (they were both in the Bay Area during the time period).
Bill Ayers was definitely in Michigan during this time period, not California.
Google Quarles Harris shot
OK, I found a Washington Times article:
The Washington Times reported April 5 that contractors for the State Department had improperly accessed passport information for presidential candidates Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama and John McCain, which resulted in a series of firings that reached into the agency's top ranks.
I’d answer that, but putting “no-brainer” and “Obama” in the same sentence is redundant.
I’m sure Eric Holder is going to get right on this.
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