RADICALS: Scared She's Going to Be Killed'

Mother and daughter converse through a glass partition that prevents them from touching, so they do the best they can. When their visits are over, Catherine Hearst kisses her own hand and then presses it to the glass. On the other side of the prison barrier, Patty Hearst does the same.

Family friends contend that Patty is now very loving toward her parents; her harsh statements against them are either forgotten or overlooked. Still, the Hearsts are said to be alarmed by the way Patty's mind veers. "Sometimes she's real normal," a close source reports. "But she really is not...

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