At a preliminary hearing earlier this year in the failed Ingleside murder case, Dohrn, in a gesture of solidarity, traveled to San Francisco from Chicago to stand with the defendants’ supporters in the courtroom. Engler was also present.

Former Weather Underground leader Bernardine Dohrn (right) is suspected by investigators of organizing the deadly attack on Park Police Station
Photos courtesy Max Noel
Former Weather Underground leader Bernardine Dohrn (right) is suspected by investigators of organizing the deadly attack on Park Police Station
Weather Underground co-founder Bill Ayers (below), pictured in a law-enforcement identification kit from the 1970s
Photos courtesy Max Noel
Weather Underground co-founder Bill Ayers (below), pictured in a law-enforcement identification kit from the 1970s

According to law-enforcement sources, Engler introduced himself to Dohrn as a San Francisco homicide detective and said he would like to speak with her after the hearing. She greeted him politely but was noncommittal, and she left without giving him a chance to interview her. It had been 39 years since Park Station was bombed. Police were still looking for a break. And once again, Dohrn had disappeared.

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