Mike Adams
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TO: Bill Ayers (bayers@uic.edu)
FR: Mike Adams (adams_mike@hotmail.com)

Bill, remember when you called the police - the same people you wanted to bomb as a domestic terrorist - to protect you from Jessie Waters of Fox News? Were you at all concerned that they might whip your skinny ass instead of protecting you? I could understand the temptation.

Mike S. Adams

TO: Bill Ayers (bayers@uic.edu)
FR: Mike Adams (adams_mike@hotmail.com)

Bill, I want to apologize for my “Were you at all concerned that they might whip your skinny (offensive term deleted) instead of protecting you?” question I sent you yesterday. It was clearly inappropriate. In 2008, America is a downright mean country and there’s no excuse for me to so casually contribute to America’s meanness.

Mike S. Adams

TO: adams_mike@hotmail.com
FR: billayers123@gmail.com on behalf of Bill Ayers (bayers@uic.edu)

Thanks Mike. Best wishes, Bill.

TO: Bill Ayers (bayers@uic.edu)
FR: Mike Adams (adams_mike@hotmail.com

Bill, please take another look at my message. It was intended as a jab against Michelle Obama. Recently, she said that, in 2008, America is a downright mean country. Yet, she and her husband, aspiring to occupy the White House, associate with a man who bombed the Pentagon and Capitol.

Bill, I just got some very disturbing information from a man who infiltrated your terrorist organization during the 1970s. He said that (while you and your fellow terrorists were building bombs) you (specifically, you, tenured Professor Bill Ayers) said that the bombs were best filled with nails or staples to maximize efficacy. By that, did you mean maximize efficacy in causing human death?

Mike Adams

TO: adams_mike@hotmail.com
FR: billayers123@gmail.com on behalf of Bill Ayers (bayers@uic.edu)

As usual you are confused and wrong. It's a habit. Best wishes, Bill.

TO: Bill Ayers (bayers@uic.edu)
FR: Mike Adams (adams_mike@hotmail.com)

Bill, the Federal agent from whom I received this information also stated that you said that some innocent people have to die in a revolution. This was while he was spying on you from within your domestic terrorist group. The context was that you were planning to bomb a police headquarters. He alleges that he pointed out that a restaurant was located next door to the police station - adding that families dine there and some innocents might be harmed by the blast. He (the federal agent) says that was precisely when you said that some innocent people have to die in a revolution.

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Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and author of Letters to a Young Progressive: How To Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Don't Understand.