American Heiress - Part Three: Common Criminals; Showdown at Mel's; Live on Television; Apocalypse on Fifty-Fourth Street Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 is the first chapter of “Part Three” and is titled “Common Criminals.” The SLA got a lot of publicity from the bank robbery and they felt rich. Donald gave Patricia the prize from the robbery – the security guard's pistol. Some people began to refer to Patricia as a “folk hero” (Location 2367); Others call her an “enemy of the state” (Location 1275). The FBI chased leads from all sorts of angles, but did not know where the SLA and Patricia were.

Officials knew for Certain that Patricia took part in the Hibera Bank robbery but were faced with the decision of whether to charge her. Charles Bates, the FBI agent in charge of the case, had spent time with the Hearsts and knew they wanted what was best for Patricia. Bates felt...

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