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Jean Romanek
Jean Romanek • 1 year ago

Patty Hurst, said to have suffered from Stockholm Syndrome joined her captors and participated in a bank robbery.

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Patricia Hearst (1954-) was an heir to the Hearst newspaper empire when she was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army in 1974. She is seen here taking part in a bank robbery with her captors. Hearst announced she had joined the SLA and taken a new name, Tania.

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