John Murtagh was just 9-years-old when Bill Ayers and his Weather Underground buds planted a bomb on his father's car and another inside their house. John's father was a sitting judge on a case prosecuting Black Panthers for (ironically) fire-bomb attacks.
After forty years without an apology, Ayers' latest book, “Public Enemy: Confessions of an American Dissident," urges people to be "good citizens" and "moral people."
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