Was killed in a 1974 shootout with Los Angeles police
Born in 1945, Camilla “Gabi” Hall was a founding member of the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA), a domestic terrorist group of the 1970s.
The daughter of a Lutheran minister, Hall was one of four siblings, the other three of whom died in childhood. A lesbian, Hall moved to Los Angeles in 1968, where she met and began a long, on-again, off-again love affair with her upstairs neighbor Patricia “Mizmoon” Soltysik, who, along with Hall, would eventually join the SLA.
Hall became a labor union activist and was killed (along with five fellow SLA members) in a May 17, 1974 shootout with Los Angeles police.
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