Regarding Bill Ayers . . . . . . .

This is the man most credited with launching the political career of Barack Obama? "Ghostwriter" of Obama's books?

“The only difference between Bill Ayers and the Tsarnaev brothers is that [Ayers] was incompetent . . . . ."

Larry Grathwohl, the FBI informant who infiltrated the terrorist group (Weather Underground) and later wrote the 1976 book “Bringing Down America,” said Ayers told him personally that fellow Weather Underground member and future wife Bernadine Dohrn set the bomb that killed San Francisco Park Police Sgt. Brian McDonnell in 1970.

“Bill Ayers told me in Buffalo that we weren’t doing enough bombings and strategic sabotages,” . . . . . .

Grathwohl said the bomb used in San Francisco and the ones that killed the three Weather Underground members when it exploded prematurely were all packed with roofing nails and fence staples and designed to kill as many people as possible.

Ayers retired in 2010 from his post as a professor of education at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Prior to his career in academia, he was a fugitive for years for his role with the Weather Underground until surrendering in 1980. Charges against him were dropped because of government misconduct.

So, they failed to read Ayers his Miranda rights, and instead of going to prison for life, he becomes a college professor and Barack Obama's mentor?