Sorry, guys. I was so engaged in getting the information on my blog, I plumb forgot.
Here's the story of one of them.
As for Ayers & Dohrn, well, here's a link to a story about a - well, you could call it a Class Reunion of the Weather Underground. Further down in the story, a little about the reclusive Mrs. Ayers - oh, excuse me, I mean Ms. Dohrn:
At Broadway Baby, customers often paid by check and used driver's licenses for identification. On Dec. 28, 1979, information from two customer files was used to apply for two driver's licenses at the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. The fraudulent licenses were used to rent getaway cars for the gang.Investigators tracked the identities on two licenses for the getaway cars. The names belonged to women who had shopped at Broadway Baby in December 1979. But they weren't robbers.But, hey, she's just Some Gal in the Neighborhood, a really sweet Soccer Mom.
And who was the manager of Broadway Baby during that period of the customer ID theft?
Dohrn, the future wife of Ayers, identified by investigators as taking customer information from one, and possibly both, of the women shoppers.
Who also facilitated armed robbery. The people involved in that ID theft later committed murder in the course of robbery. Two of the people in that robbery, Kathy Boudin and William Gilbert, had a child, who was raised by Ayers and Dohrn after their parents went to prison.
Obama's age at the time of that robbery? 20. Not 8.
Go, on, Bernadine, sue me - accuse me of libel. That would give me the excuse to legally rip off the veil of sanctity that you've been wrapping yourself in for years.
With the earnest assistance of university radicals, media cheerleaders, and gutless prosecutors.