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May 12, 1988 | RONALD J. OSTROW, Times Staff Writer
Seven members of a revolutionary group protesting U.S. international and domestic policies have been indicted for setting off a time bomb in the U.S. Capitol in 1983 and committing seven other terrorist bombings here and in New York, officials said Wednesday. The indictment, announced by U.S. Atty. Jay B.
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January 13, 1992 | KATHLEEN KELLEHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leslie Marmon Silko was 8 years old in 1955 when her tribe prepared to file a land claim against the United States government for stealing 50,000 acres of the Laguna Indians' land in New Mexico. Her father was the tribal treasurer. The Marmon household on the Laguna reservation was filled with the tangled evidence for the case--legal papers, archeological charts and the advice of the elders. The tribe eventually prevailed in the U. S.
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May 12, 1988 | Associated Press
Two self-styled revolutionaries were convicted Wednesday of taking part in the bungled 1981 robbery of a Brink's armored truck in which three people were killed. A federal court jury in Manhattan found Mutulu Shakur and Marilyn Jean Buck guilty on all eight counts, which included racketeering, conspiracy, armed robbery and murder during a bank robbery. The pair face sentences of 10 years to life in prison for their convictions on two counts of murder while committing robberies.
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May 12, 1988 | Associated Press
Two self-styled revolutionaries were convicted Wednesday of taking part in the bungled 1981 robbery of a Brink's armored truck in which three people were killed. A federal court jury in Manhattan found Mutulu Shakur and Marilyn Jean Buck guilty on all eight counts, which included racketeering, conspiracy, armed robbery and murder during a bank robbery. The pair face sentences of 10 years to life in prison for their convictions on two counts of murder while committing robberies.
NEWS
February 6, 1987
Two members of a revolutionary group pleaded not guilty in Boston to racketeering and conspiracy charges in a nine-year series of bombings and bank robberies aimed at overthrowing the U. S. government. Thomas W. Manning and Richard C. Williams were among eight people indicted last spring as members of the United Freedom Front. Both men currently are serving prison terms for a series of New York bombings.
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January 13, 1992 | KATHLEEN KELLEHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Leslie Marmon Silko was 8 years old in 1955 when her tribe prepared to file a land claim against the United States government for stealing 50,000 acres of the Laguna Indians' land in New Mexico. Her father was the tribal treasurer. The Marmon household on the Laguna reservation was filled with the tangled evidence for the case--legal papers, archeological charts and the advice of the elders. The tribe eventually prevailed in the U. S.
NEWS
May 12, 1988 | RONALD J. OSTROW, Times Staff Writer
Seven members of a revolutionary group protesting U.S. international and domestic policies have been indicted for setting off a time bomb in the U.S. Capitol in 1983 and committing seven other terrorist bombings here and in New York, officials said Wednesday. The indictment, announced by U.S. Atty. Jay B.
NEWS
February 6, 1987
Two members of a revolutionary group pleaded not guilty in Boston to racketeering and conspiracy charges in a nine-year series of bombings and bank robberies aimed at overthrowing the U. S. government. Thomas W. Manning and Richard C. Williams were among eight people indicted last spring as members of the United Freedom Front. Both men currently are serving prison terms for a series of New York bombings.
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