RAF Terror Revisited Killer of US Troops Released
Eva Haule, released from prison on Friday, was a leading member of the "third generation" of leftist terrorist group RAF. The operative, however, has yet to shed light on the numerous assassinations carried out by her group, many of which remain unsolved.
A US soldier and a civilian employee of the American military died in this RAF attack on the Rhein-Main Air Base in 1985.
The man called the police. Moments later, when two officers approached Haule's table with guns drawn, she chose not to pull her own pistol. On August 2, 1986 Eva Haule disappeared behind bars and was sentenced to life in prison eight years later.
Now, a Frankfurt court has announced that the ex-terrorist -- convicted of killing two Americans in a 1985 air base bombing -- will be released on parole. The court ruled that the former RAF member no longer presented a threat to society. With her release, only two former members of the RAF -- which disbanded in 1998 -- will remain behind bars: Haule's former comrade-in-arms Birgi