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Reading Bill Ayers

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By Michelle Malkin  •  October 23, 2008 09:13 AM

Zombie, the Internet investigative reporter/photojournalist whose work I’ve spotlighted here often, is busy doing the Ayers’ research the MSM won’t do.

Over the weekend, Zombie uploaded Barack Obama’s cheery book review of his neighbor’s tome on the juvenile court system.

Now, Zombie has unearthed Ayers’ Weather Underground manifesto, “Prairie Fire.”

Print it out, read it, pass it around.

A takeaway passage from Zombie’s essay:

Ayers and his co-authors freely brag about their bombings and other violent and illegal acts, and even provide a detailed list, most likely typed up by Ayers himself, of the crimes they had committed up to that point. Ayers’ list, scanned directly from Prairie Fire, is shown below. He may have escaped conviction due to a legal technicality (the prosecutors failed to get a warrant during some of their surveillance of the Weather Underground), but this in no way means that Ayers was factually innocent of the crimes. As has been widely reported, after the case against him was dropped, Ayers described himself as “guilty as hell, free as a bird.”

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