Should Bill Ayers be on death row?

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    What the hell happened? Bill Ayers bombed the Pentagon and Police Departments and Military Recruitment centers and Corporate Headquarters.
    Why is he a free man today?
     
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    It seems the FBI was using illegal surveillance tactics and violated their 4th amendment rights.
    "Due to the illegal tactics of FBI agents involved with the program, government attorneys requested all weapons- and bomb-related charges be dropped against the Weather Underground. The Weather Underground was no longer a fugitive organization and could turn themselves in with minimal charges against them."

    Why Weren't Bill Ayers and Bernadette Dorn Convicted of Terrorism? Weather Underground
    You know who should be on death row, or been executed? Johnathan Pollard.
     
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    Ayers, Dohrn helped organize flotilla group and stirred up crowds on the streets of Egypt.
     
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    i heard some bill ayers interview last night. it's clear to me that he was acting as an international vigillante. he took it upon himself (with friends) to counter terrorize his own government because he thought it was his duty, became a self appointed authority in his own mind. he's glad he did it. i'd hate to be him and have to be looking over my shoulder for the rest of my life
     
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    He should have been taken to the back of the barn years ago and given his last rights.
     
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    I don't know about Death row, after all he is the presidents buddy. But there is no way he should have got off scot free. Our legal system screwed the pooch on that one....
     
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    I don't think so. I don't condone blowing up places and killing innocent people but, what he did was his way of fighting back against tyranny, and a rigged system.
    The FBI was and still does use illegal surveillance tactics and violate the 4th amendment, so
    "In April 1971, The "Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI" broke into an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania.[30] The group stole files with several hundred pages, 98% of the files targeted left wing individuals and groups."Citizens' Commission to Investigate the FBI"

    "Not condoning the breakin, but had they not done this and stolen FBI files, the FBI would have continued to act illegally. And of course, the FBI was doing their own breakins and black jobs, without warrants."

    "By the end of April, the FBI offices were to terminate all files dealing with leftist groups.[31] The files were a part of an FBI program called COINTELPRO.[32] However, after COINTELPRO was dissolved in 1971 by J. Edgar Hoover,[33] the FBI continued its counterintelligence on groups like the Weather Underground. In 1973, the FBI established the 'Special Target Information Development' program, where agents were sent undercover to penetrate the Weather Underground. Due to the illegal tactics of FBI agents involved with the program, government attorneys requested all weapons- and bomb-related charges be dropped against the Weather Underground. The Weather Underground was no longer a fugitive organization and could turn themselves in with minimal charges against them."

    The existence of COINTELPRO was first revealed when every document in the Media, Pennsylvania office of the FBI was stolen by unknown persons on March 8, 1971. Some sixty documents were then mailed to selected publications, and others were sent directly to the people and groups named. These documents broke down as follows: 30 percent were manuals, routine forms, and similar procedural materials. Of the remainder, 40 percent were political surveillance and other investigation of political activity (2 were right-wing, 10 concerned immigrants, and over 200 were on left or liberal groups), 25 percent concerned bank robberies, 20 percent were murder, rape, and interstate theft, 7 percent were draft resistance, another 7 percent were military desertion, and 1 percent organized crime, mostly gambling.
    The 1960s and COINTELPRO: In Defense of Paranoia

    In Los Angeles, the FBI worked with the police department to support Ron Karenga, the leader of a black nationalist organization that was feuding with the Panthers. Two Panther activists were killed in a shootout at UCLA in 1969, for which five Karenga supporters were subsequently indicted, and three convicted. Louis Tackwood, an LAPD agent-provocateur who went public in 1971, says that the LAPD gave Karenga money, guns, narcotics, and encouragement.[8]

    In Seattle, FBI agent Louis Harris recruited David Sannes in 1970, a patriotic veteran who was willing to help them catch some bombers. Sannes worked with explosives expert Jeffrey Paul Desmond and FBI agent Bert Carter. Their instructions were to find people interested in bombing. "For a few of the members it was a matter of many weeks of persuasion to actually have them carry through with the bombing projects," said Sannes. When Carter made it clear that he planned to have one bomber die in a booby-trapped explosion, Sannes dropped his FBI work and went public. "My own knowledge is that the FBI along with other Federal law enforcement agencies has been involved in a campaign of bombing, arson and terrorism in order to create in the mass public mind a connection between political dissidence of whatever stripe and revolutionaries of whatever violent tendencies," Sannes reported in an interview on WBAI radio.


    So...The FBI was involved in bombings THEMSELVES. If you are doing the bombing, TOO, your case against others who are bombing is shredded. Especially ironic when the FBI is and was supposed to be upholding law and order.

    That is why he was let go, and if you want to punish those that break the laws, and carry out bombings, one could state a case against the FBI.

    Why Weren't Bill Ayers and Bernadette Dorn Convicted of Terrorism? Weather Underground
     
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    He should be executed once for every person he killed.
     

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