TRIALS: Patty's Long Ordeal on the Stand

There was just too much evidence against her—not only films showing that she was present but tapes and documents in which she told how she had willingly, even eagerly, taken part in the crime. If Patty Hearst was to convince a jury that she was innocent, she would have to do it herself—sitting alone on the witness stand. Last week Patty got her chance to tell how she had been forced by the death threats of the Symbionese Liberation Army to take part in the robbery of a branch of San Francisco's Hibernia...

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