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December 19, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
After more than 25 years on the run, James Kilgore -- one of America's most wanted fugitives -- was scheduled to fly home Wednesday to face murder charges, officials said. Kilgore, a former member of the radical Symbionese Liberation Army, is being extradited from South Africa after agreeing to plead guilty to second-degree murder for a killing committed in California in 1975.
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April 27, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Former Symbionese Liberation Army member James Kilgore, who dodged authorities on bomb and murder charges for decades, was sentenced Monday to 54 months in prison on federal explosives and passport fraud convictions. He pleaded guilty last year. Kilgore, 56, who was extradited from South Africa in 2002 after living there as a professor, was a member of the 1970s radical group that kidnapped newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst.
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April 27, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Former Symbionese Liberation Army member James Kilgore, who dodged authorities on bomb and murder charges for decades, was sentenced Monday to 54 months in prison on federal explosives and passport fraud convictions. He pleaded guilty last year. Kilgore, 56, who was extradited from South Africa in 2002 after living there as a professor, was a member of the 1970s radical group that kidnapped newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst.
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December 19, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
After more than 25 years on the run, James Kilgore -- one of America's most wanted fugitives -- was scheduled to fly home Wednesday to face murder charges, officials said. Kilgore, a former member of the radical Symbionese Liberation Army, is being extradited from South Africa after agreeing to plead guilty to second-degree murder for a killing committed in California in 1975.
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November 12, 2002 | Gorrel Espelund and Eric Bailey, Special to the Times
After a quarter-century spent dodging a dark past, James W. Kilgore appeared in a courtroom Monday as U.S. authorities sought his return to face charges from his days with the radical Symbionese Liberation Army. Kilgore, 55 and balding, smiled and gave a thumbs-up to weepy and applauding supporters, who knew him as C.W. "John" Pape during his stint as a senior researcher at the University of Cape Town.
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December 21, 2002 | John M. Glionna, Times Staff Writer
Symbionese Liberation Army foot soldier James W. Kilgore was arraigned in U.S. District Court here Friday, ending a quarter-century on the run from his past as a violent 1970s political dissident. Dressed in a pea-green lockup jumpsuit covered by a brown jacket, the 55-year-old Kilgore looked stiff and said little as he pleaded not guilty to explosives charges and other counts before U.S. Magistrate Bernard Zimmerman. Guarded by U.S.
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November 12, 2002 | Gorrel Espelund and Eric Bailey, Special to the Times
After a quarter-century spent dodging a dark past, James W. Kilgore appeared in a courtroom Monday as U.S. authorities sought his return to face charges from his days with the radical Symbionese Liberation Army. Kilgore, 55 and balding, smiled and gave a thumbs-up to weepy and applauding supporters, who knew him as C.W. "John" Pape during his stint as a senior researcher at the University of Cape Town.
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