SEQUELS: So Heinous, So Infamous

"My life I give for the freedom of my country," said the note carried in the pocketbook of ember-eyed Lolita Lebroón the bloody day last March when she and three henchmen of Puerto Rico's fanatic Nationalist Party sprayed the chamber of U.S. House of Representatives with pistol bullets, wounding five Congressmen.* Last week Terrorist Lebroón got a much lighter sentence than she apparently expected. Washington's Federal Judge Alexander Holtzoff gave her the maximum for assault with a dangerous weapon: 50 years in prison, with eligibility for parole in 16 years, eight months.

Sentenced to 75 years, with parole eligibility in 25...

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