Camilla Christine Hall (March 24, 1945 - May 17, 1974) was an artist, college trained social worker, and an early member of the Symbionese Liberation Army.
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... Hall died in a shootout (May 17, 1974) with police in which five other SLA members were killed ... As their hideout burned, Hall and fellow SLA member Nancy Ling Perry exited out of the back door ... claimed that Perry came out firing a revolver while Hall fired an automatic pistol ...
Famous quotes containing the words hall and/or camilla:
“Generation on generation, your neck rubbed the windowsill
of the stall, smoothing the wood as the sea smooths glass.”
—Donald Hall (b. 1928)
“He could walk, or rather turn about in his little garden, and feel more solid happiness from the flourishing of a cabbage or the growing of a turnip than was ever received from the most ostentatious show the vanity of man could possibly invent. He could delight himself with thinking, Here will I set such a root, because my Camilla likes it; here, such another, because it is my little Davids favorite.”
—Sarah Fielding (17101768)