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This week in #boomer history - Feb. 3-9: The Symbionese Liberation Army kidnaps Patty Hearst, granddaughter of newspaper baron William Randolph Hearst, in Berkeley, Calif. She’s photographed robbing a bank with the SLA in April, arrested in September 1975 and convicted. #boomers50

This Week in Boomer History: February 3 – 9, Beatles, Patty Hearst

legrandcirque: Mug shot of convicted bank robber Patty Hearst, San Mateo County, California, September

Boy George wassentenced to 15 months in jail for falsely imprisoning a male escort by handcuffing him to a wall and beating him with a metal chain. The judge told the 47-year-old former Culture Club front man, whose real name is George O'Dowd, he had left the escort "shocked, degraded and traumatised" by the ordeal. O'Dowd was found guilty last month of attacking the Norwegian model Audun Carlsen, 29, after he visited the singer's flat in London in April 2007.

Boy George was sentenced to 15 months in jail for falsely imprisoning a male escort by handcuffing him to a wall and beating him with a metal chain.

Young Laura Ingalls Wilder, circa 1880s. Born in 1867, Laura wrote of her early life in a nine book series, beginning with Little House in the Big Woods.

The real Laura Ingalls Wilder.Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder was an American author who wrote the Little House series of books based on her childhood in a pioneer family. Laura's daughter, Rose, inspired Laura to write her books.

Christian Brando, son of Hollywood legend Marlon Brando, was arrested in May 1990 for the murder of his sister's boyfriend. The younger Brando copped to voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Mick Jagger (1967): Arrested during a raid on Keith Richards' home in England. The mug shot to put all other mug shots to shame.

Busted! 45 Mug Shots of Famous Musicians

Patricia Hearst - newspaper heiress & Symbianese Liberation Association terrorist

A retro 1975 look at the History of the Sixties and Seventies counter culture

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Mug Bonnie Jean Werner was arrested and charged with animal cruelty after an eyebrow mishap inspired her to staple live tadpoles to her forehead.

This is a picture of newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst, taken by another student, when Patty was studying in the Bowman Library on the campus of Menlo School and College, where she spent her freshman year of college in 1971 and 1972. AP Photo: AP / SF

Patty Hearst Kidnapping

This is a picture of newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst, taken by another student, when Patty was studying in the Bowman Library on the campus of Menlo School and College, where she spent her freshman year of college in 1971 and AP Photo: AP / SF

Clyde Barrow had an infamous brush with the law in a Denton TX heist of the Motormark Garage just off the Square.

He and his partner Bonnie Parker captured the attention of the American public during the "public enemy era" between 1931 and The couple themselves were eventually ambushed and killed in Louisiana by law officers.

Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547) was King of England from 21 April 1509 until his death. He was Lord, and later assumed the Kingship, of Ireland, and continued the nominal claim by English monarchs to the Kingdom of France. Henry was the second monarch of the Tudor dynasty, succeeding his father, Henry VII. He was most famous for having six wives. One of them was Anne Boleyn, to whom he wrote a song called Green Sleeves

An interview with King Henry VIII

Name: King Henry VIII Born: June 1491 at Greenwich Palace Parents: Henry VII and Elizabeth of York Relation to Elizabeth II: great-granduncle House of: Tudor Ascended to the throne: April 1509 aged 17 years Crowned: June 1509 at Westminster Abbey

Jane Kennedy (courtier) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A painting by Abel de Pujol Alexandre-Denis showing Mary Queen of Scots awaiting execution, attended by her ladies-in-waiting.

Christa McAuliffe died on the Challenger, January 28, 1986. Mission launched, but did not cross the Kármán line. The crew cabin peaked approx. 70,000 ft

Christa McAuliffe (September 1948 – January was an American teacher from Concord, New Hampshire, and was one of the seven crew members killed in the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster. I remember where I was the moment this happened!

Dr. Elizabeth Bruyn, sitting in the back of a horse drawn ambulance. Dr. Bryun was an ambulance surgeon in New York City in the early 1900’s...

Elizabeth Bruyn, sitting in the back of a horse drawn ambulance, was an ambulance surgeon in New York City in the early On her first day at work in she saved the life of an 18 month old baby who had been overcome by gas from a leak in an apartment.

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