American Heiress - Part Five: The Search for Old McMonkey; The Verdict; “Favoring the Rich over the Poor;” Aftermath Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 of “Part Five” is titled “The Search for Old McMonkey.” Bailey worked out a deal for Patricia to give detailed information about the Crocker Bank robbery in return for immunity in that case. It was a daring move because Patricia was spending her days in court, defending herself in the Hiberia Bank robbery, and her evenings with the FBI, giving information about the Crocker Bank robbery. Bailey's motivation was to get Patricia's deal in place before Steve Soliah worked out a similar deal.

Bailey then called psychiatrists into court to testify that Patricia was not responsible for her actions between her kidnapping and her arrest. The prosecution brought rebuttal psychiatrists. The two sets testified as expected, each contradicting the others. Their arguments ranged from Patricia's fear to Patricia's...

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