Patty Hearst


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Patty Hearst

Born February 20, 1954

The most well-known of William Randolph Hearst's heirs and one of five daughters of Randolph A. Hearst, Patricia Hearst's personal nightmare with the culture began just a couple of weeks before she turned 20 on the night of February 4, 1974.

While sitting in her apartment with her boyfriend, she was kidnaped by the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). During her captivity she was allegedly brainwashed. After several weeks of captivity she issued tape recorded statements ridiculing American capitalism, of which her grandfather, William Randolph, was a prime example. She also participated in two robberies with other members of the SLA.

Her ordeal with the subversive counter culture ended on September 15, 1975 when she and a companion were captured in San Francisco by FBI agents. Now a captive of the over-the-counter culture, she was put on trial and convicted in March 1976 for bank robbery and felony use of firearms. She was sentenced to seven years of which parts of three years were spent in prison. She was released in February, 1979. In 1982 she published a book about her ordeals, Every Secret Thing.

Patty Hearst

YEAR  TEAM             POS    B.AVG   At Bats  Hits     HR     RBI
----  ---------------  -----  ------  ------  ------  ------  ------
Hearst, Patty
1995  Virgins          cf      .245      286      70       7      34

*Cosmic Seasons: 1             .245      286      70       7      34

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Patty Hearst- 1996 Vestal Virgins
Published: May 26, 1996
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