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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, February 6, 1976

Page EIght THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, February 6, 1976

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bank film
By AP and Reuter
SAN FRANCISCO - The
jury hearing bank robbery
charges against Patricia Hearst
yesterday saw her in a film
of the holdup as the prosecu-
tion attempted to show she took
part in the raid willingly.
The film, made up from still
photographs taken by two spy
cameras in the Hibernia Bank
here on April 15, 1974, was pro-
jected on a 10 by 15 foot screen
set high on the wall above Judge
Oliver Carter's bench.
The prosecution says Hearst,
21, was a willing participant in
the raid with members of the
Symbionese Liberation Army
(SLA) who kidnapped her two
years ago Wednesday. Her law-
yers say she was forced to take
part.
Meanwhile, the Chicago Trib-
une reported yesterday that
Hearst was given a chance to
return to her parents about a
month after her kidnaping by
the SLA.
The Tribune said it had ob-
tained exclusive documents
which sources said were to be
the basis for a book dealing
with the SLA. The Tribune said
federal sources said the docu-
ments were apparently prepared
by Hearst and William and Em-
ily Harris, also SLA members.
After the film was shown, U.S.
Atty. James Browning called
Sharon Fullmer, a teller at the
bank on the day of the rob-
bery, and Edward Shea, a
guard at the bank. Both testi-
fied that a brown-barrelled,
sawed-off carbine they were
shown was similar to weapons
carried by the bandits.
Twice during the film, Hearst
looks over her shoulder in the
direction of SLA chieftain Don-
ald "Cinque" DeFreeze - a
movement which the defense is
likely to say demonstrated she
was fearful he was holding a
gun on her.
The film - the government's
most crucial piece of evidence
in its case against the 21-year-
old newspaper heiress - fea-
tures four other bank robbers
in addition to Hearst. All 'of
the others are dead.
The movie opens with Nancy
Ling Perry leaping into camera
range, turning constantly, aim-
ing her gun at anyone in her
path. She disappears behind a
counter, then returns followed
by DeFreeze, also brandishing
a gun.
Camilla Hall, another SLA
member, runs across the cam-
era range, and Patricia Solty-
sik is seen dashing frantically
o'it of the bank.
The finale shows the four rush-
ing out, Hearst third in line
with DeFreeze behind her.
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