One of four people involved in the Sterling hall bombing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on August 24, 1970. The bombing was done in protest to the University's research efforts on behalf of the U.S. army.
He went to the Wilmington Friends School before enrolling at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1969.
He was paroled after three years in prison and went on to get a degree at the University of Delaware and a law degree at the University of Oregon.
He married and has worked as a paralegal in Portland, Oregon.
Ted Kaczynski, the unabomber, was also known for carrying out deadly bombings against universities.