Assata: An Autobiography - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11 and 12 Summary and Analysis

In chapter eleven, Assata is accused of a Queens bank robbery, pleads not guilty, and is returned to the workhouse. She is later forced into putting on the same clothes and standing in the same pose as the thief on the surveillance video. This photograph may then be superimposed over the original shot of the thief, to help convince the jury that she is the person on the video. The judge admits on the tape to believing that JoAnne was guilty and is removed from the case.

Assata at first worries about a kidnapping case she is charged with, because she is charged with two other defendants and worries that one might be a plant. After meeting him, she realizes he is not; he is a young man named Ronald who was in the wrong place at the wrong...

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