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  • Patty Hearst Trial of 1976
    By
    Cynthia Stephenson
  • Active Participant or Victim?
  • Participant
    • Tape recording that she joined the SLA and change name to ‘Tania’.
    • Photo of Patty with gun in front of SLA symbol
    • Photo showing she had taken part in the Hibernia Bank in San Francisco on April 15
    • May 16 Patty (Tania) fired a automatic weapon at a security guard at Mel’s Sporting Goods in Los Angeles
    • Another tape of her love for deceased Willie Wolfe, SLA member(Notable Trials & Court Cases, n.d.)
  • VICTIM
    • Patty Hearst violently kidnapped in 1974 (SLA called it an arrest warrant)
    • 59 days of being blindfolded and living in a closet
    • Subjected to verbal and sexual abuse by Wolfe and De Freeze
    • Feared for her own life, thought she would be killed
    • Told parents abandoned her (Linder, 2007)
  • Stockholm Syndrome
  • Characteristics
    Possess to sway jury
    Defense attorney to look for in Jury
  • Characteristics
    To sway a jury against her……
    Prosecuting attorney to look for in a jury
  • EXPERTS TO HIRE
    Clinical
    Psychiatrists
    CRIMINAL & FORENSIC
    psychologists
    Who are proficient in mind altering techniques and consequences.
    Who are versed in prisoner of war traumas
    Competent in evaluating crime scenes
    Ability to read body language of potential jurors & ask the hard questions
    To skillfully look at photos and listen to tape to determine duress
  • References:
    Notable Trials & Court Cases. (n.d.) Patty Hearst trial: 1976 Patty becomes Tania. Retrieved from http://law.jrank.org/pages/3251/Patty-Hearst-Trial-1976-Patty-Becomes-Tania.html
    Linder, D. (2007). Patty Hearst Trial (1976). Retrieved from http://law2.umke.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/hearst/hearstdolaccount.html