The Baader-Meinhof Gang Irmgard Möller
Möller was convicted for the 24 May, 1972 bombing of the U.S. Army Base in Heidelberg. Möller, accompanied by Angela Luther, was one of two people who drove bomb-filled cars onto the base; the explosions killed three American soldiers, Capt. Clyde Bonner, Charles Peck, and Ronald Woodward. She was arrested July 9, 1972 after being set up by Hans-Peter Konieczny.
Möller was the sole survivor of Stammheim Prison’s “Death Night,” when Andreas Baader, Gudrun Ensslin, and Jan-Carl Raspe either committed suicide, or were murdered, depending on whom you choose to believe. Möller supposedly used a knife to stab herself in her chest several times, missing her heart by millimeters.
After 22 years in custody, Möller was released from Luebeck prison on 1 December 1994. At the time, she had been in prison longer than any other woman in Germany.
Möller has never wavered in her statements that she, Baader, Raspe, and Ensslin were attacked by police forces on “Death Night.”