TRIALS: Fromme's Fate

On the final day of her trial, she arrived in court carrying the red robe that she had been wearing on the day of the incident. When she disrupted the proceedings, the judge sent her to wait in a cell of the federal courthouse in Sacramento. There she even refused to watch her fate unfold on closed-circuit TV. Boycotting her own trial, defiant to the end, Lynette ("Squeaky") Fromme, 27, was found guilty last week of attempting to assassinate President Ford. She could be sentenced to prison for life.

Fromme's trial was as bizarre as her actions in front of the...

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