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Patty Has a Gun: The Life and Crimes of Patricia Hearst


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In February 1974, a radical organization called the SLA shocked America with the kidnapping of 19-year-old heiress Patricia Hearst. But within weeks, the young woman known to the world as "Patty" would do something even more disturbing: She would join her captors in their violent crimes. It created a chilling question that still divides America today: Was Patty Hearst a victim of brainwashing, or did this California college student willingly become an armed terrorist? With help from expert analysts, this CNN podcast re-examines the evidence. For more on the Patty Hearst kidnapping, watch CNN's "The Radical Story of Patty Hearst" on Sundays at 9 p.m. beginning February 11.

Customer Reviews

Pretty good but a little slow

Millennial haters abound again. If I had a nickel for every millennial insult an old person threw out I’d have enough money to buy a house in the economy they ruined.

A millenial who knows what a newspaper is...

It's a pretty dull presentation of some interesting information. Terribly sound quality. Listen to a popular podcast and put a little effort in here... Also, let's remember that a millenial is also in their 30s and born in the 80s. We were pre-internet and pre-facebook. We're not totally disconnected from how the world once was.

Insult your listeners more

No wonder traditional media is dying.

“I wonder if our audience knows what a newspaper is lol”

I hope soon your audience won’t know what cable news was.