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1960s Radical Boudin Freed on Parole

American 1960s radical Kathy Boudin was freed on parole on Wednesday after serving 22 years in prison for her role in a 1981 armored truck robbery that killed two police officers and a security guard. Boudin, 60, was released from the Bedford Hills Correctional Center in Westchester County about 25 miles north of New York. She turned and waved toward the prison before being driven away. She did not speak with reporters. A former member of the radical Weather Underground group, Boudin pleaded guilty to murder for her part in the robbery of $1.6 million from an armored Brink’s truck in suburban Nanuet, New York. A security guard and two police officers were shot and killed by members of the Black Liberation Army, a splinter group of the Black Panthers, in the crime. Boudin was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison. Full Story

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