Did you mean: William O'Neal ?
Web Results

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Hampton

In late 1968, the Racial Matters squad of the FBI's Chicago field office recruited an individual named William O'Neal, who had recently been arrested twice for interstate car theft and impersonating a federal officer. In exchange for having his felony charges dropped and a monthly stipend, O'Neal agreed to infiltrate the BPP ...

www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/the-last-hours-of-william-oneal/Content?oid=875101

"We were just sitting around drinking beer," Heard recalls, "talking to some friends of mine. We had company. The company left and that's when he started acting kind of strange." At 2:30 AM the 40-year-old O'Neal ran out of his uncle's apartment, across the westbound lanes of the Eisenhower Expressway, and was struck by ...

digital.wustl.edu/e/eii/eiiweb/one5427.1047.125williamo'neal.html

WILLIAM O'NEAL: Well, it was probably 1967. I was with a guy one night, a friend of mine, one night and we were drinking beer and we decided to go joy riding, and we jumped in a car and stole it. And we were driving round the city of Chicago for, of, forty-five minutes and decided to leave the city, and go visit a relative in ...

articles.chicagotribune.com/1990-01-18/news/9001050412_1_fbi-agents-medical-examiner-death

Jan 18, 1990 ... The mysterious and once perilous life of William O`Neal, 40, a key federal government informant who infiltrated the Black Panthers in the late 1960s, ended in Maywood earlier this week when he was struck by a car on the Eisenhower Expressway, police said. The Cook County medical examiner`s office ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=William+O%26%23039%3BNeal&v=MAsjm1hM-uQ
Apr 25, 2016 ... Filmmaker Henry Hampton interviewed dozens of figures for his documentary " Eyes on the Prize." William O'Neal was among those figures. O'Neal was an FBI informant who joined the Black Panther Party at their instigation. Here's what he had to say about his time in dual roles.

www.nytimes.com/1995/01/22/weekinreview/the-nation-informers-a-tale-in-itself.html

Jan 22, 1995 ... William O'Neal, for example, was, by trade, a car thief. As Minister of Defense of the Chicago Black Panther Party, guarding its charismatic leader, Fred Hampton, he built a homemade electric chair to scare informers. But he was himself an F.B.I. informer and provided a diagram of the Panthers' apartment, ...

www.linkedin.com/in/williamoneal

View William O'Neal's profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. William has 14 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover William's connections and jobs at similar companies.

www.thenation.com/article/was-fred-hampton-executed

Dec 25, 1976 ... One informant whose name we do know, William O'Neal, figures very prominently in the case. He was planted in the chapter almost from its inception and soon became head of security. Among his many schemes as security chief was the construction of an electric chair to be used on informers. It was ...

docsouth.unc.edu/neh/oneal/summary.html

According to his Life and History, William O'Neal (1827-1907) was born in Woodville, Mississippi, the property of a planter named Alec Gray. In 1828, three- month-old O'Neal and his mother were sold to a Mr. Scott, who owned a plantation in Rapides Parish, Louisiana. Eight years later, O'Neal and his mother were ...