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Nation: Patty Is Free And Older

Carter commutes her sentence When all legal efforts failed to overturn the conviction of Patty Hearst for armed robbery, her lawyers and friends mounted a...

RADICALS: PATTY'S TWISTED JOURNEY

The evidence was fragmentary and scattered and painfully hard to gather, but slowly it accumulated—a red Volkswagen camper, a fingerprint discovered at a...

CRIME: The Hearst Nightmare

The robbers—a black man and four white women-strode swiftly into the Hibernia Bank branch in San Francisco's Sunset district, pulling out semiautomatic carbines...

CRIME: The Patty Hearst Trail Heats Up

For the past ten months, there have been sporadic reports that she has been spotted, that the authorities have been playing a waiting game, that the long...

The Nation: How P.O.W.s Judge 'Tania'

"Anyone can be terrified if it is done the right way," said a retired Navy officer. The man should know. He is former Commander Lloyd ("Pete") Bucher, skipper...

A Letter From The Publisher, Sep. 29, 1975

"How do you do it?" a TIME subscriber recently wondered in a letter to the editors. He was referring to the fact that barely four days had elapsed between the...

The Press: All in the Family

The presses were already rolling when word came at 2:18 p.m. of Patty Hearst's capture, but the San Francisco Examiner (circ. 163,391) managed a brief bulletin...

CRIME: Fiery End for Five of Patty's Captors

Like some macabre fulfillment of McLuhanism, the bloodiest and most suspenseful act in the tragedy of Patricia Campbell Hearst became a public event. Millions...

THE HEARST CASE: WHICH PATTY TO BELIEVE?

While the FBI was hotly pursuing clues found in her apartment, trying to determine what other acts of violence she may have committed, the mystery of Patty...

Art: Stone Scoop

In San Francisco, where news swirls across town faster than the fog, the word was out: Rolling Stone (circ. 410,000) was on to something big. Editors of the...

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