Interesting how the words of Bill Ayers still ring in the ears of the young revolutionaries.
In the late Sixties, Ayers became a leader of the Weather Underground (WU), a splinter faction of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). Characterizing WU as “an American Red Army,” Ayers summed up the organization’s ideology as follows: “Kill all the rich people. Break up their cars and apartments. Bring the revolution home, Kill your parents.” One of Ayers’ fellow WU leaders was Bernardine Dohrn, the woman who would later become his wife.
Sounds like one youthful occupier took him up on it.
At 200 pounds, Moses Alfredo Kamin outweighed each of his parents by about 50 pounds and, with a black belt in martial arts, had been professionally trained on how to use his body to overpower people.
Shortly after the sun set Thursday, the 15-year-old was at home alone with his mother, Susan Poff, a 50-year-old woman who worked with poor people as a physician’s assistant in a city-run clinic in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district.
Nobody but the teen knows what happened in the house by Lake Merritt that night. But the boy and his mother fought, likely about his recent suspension from school, and police say he used his bare hands to strangle her.
Police said he hauled her 150-pound body into a darkened room while he waited for his father, Robert Kamin, a 55-year-old psychologist in the San Francisco jails, to return home. When Robert Kamin got home about 7 p.m., the boy attacked him from behind and strangled him to death, police said.
The teen then waited until the early hours of Friday morning, between 3 and 6, to haul the bodies, one by one, out of the house in the 200 block of Athol Avenue and into the family’s red Chrysler PT Cruiser, police said. He covered their bodies with blankets, police said, and several hours later tried, unsuccessfully, to set the car’s gas tank on fire.
It was the scorch marks on the car that eventually led police to the bodies and later to the boy, who has admitted to killing his parents. They adopted him in 2002.
By a really odd coincidence, young Moses took up with the Democrat and media darlings from Occupy Oakland. Fancy that.
Authorities said in November he ran away from home and spent time with Occupy Oakland protesters, both at 14th Street and Broadway and in Snow Park. Sources said the youth may have also burglarized the family house and stolen a family car when he ran away. It was not clear when he returned home, but tension apparently continued. He was suspended from school Jan. 25.
Guess we should call this the Ayers Effect. Ironically, the same Bill Ayers also is an Occupy supporter. Go figure.
Oh, and the public is now on the hook for this confessed killer’s attorney. Maybe the Occupy bail fund should pick up the tab.