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"Oh, she's dead, but it really doesn't matter. She was a bourgeois pig anyway. Her husband is a doctor. He was at the hospital where they brought her."

       With those cold, callous words, the life of Myrna Opsahl was dismissed by the Symbionese Liberation Army terrorists who murdered her during a Carmichael, California, bank robbery on April 21, 1975.

       We know who was there when she was shotgunned to death. We know who pulled the trigger. One of the self-confessed participants wrote a book and told us. Another of the eight broke down and told a friend. We have that testimony. Still another confessed her part under oath in a follow-up investigation.

       And then there's the physical evidence: fingerprints, ballistics, metallurgical evidence, eyewitnesses. Taken in total, the case for prosecuting the former members of the Symbionese Liberation Army for taking Myrna Opsahl's life is irrefutable. Twenty-six years is long enough to have waited.