According to producer Tom Jennings, “That’s kind of her life. Later, another Examiner reporter used an old underworld contact, Mickey Cohen, to look for Patty. Almost immediately a third NWLF communiqué arrived; it labeled the second communiqué a fake and disowned any blame for the murder. But he did not know Moore was an FBI informant and the FBI did not tell him. Catherine introduced a subject calculated to be neutral. “It’s too bad about what happened to Terence,” she remarked. “I’ve got it under control.” She had liked Terence Hallinan but understood that the affidavit was a blunder. She was nervous. He was told that a genuine SLA manuscript should fetch a six-figure advance. One bandit, a woman, looked at her wristwatch and began timing the operation: “Twenty seconds, 30 seconds …” The others scooped up $15,000 from the teller cages. By the time their parents went to bed, both Jack and Walter were high. Had Patty’s SLA conversion been part of the tyranny? "Itâs no secret that I was abducted, raped, and tortured at 19," she said in an official statement. Patty seemed to be returning quite easily to her family. That would leave the Scotts free to resume writing other books that they abandoned to meet Patty Hearst and the Harrises, or at last sell Jack’s book on the SLA. Hearst was abducted by a left-wing terrorist group known as the Symbionese Liberation Army. After sharing room and board at the Pennsylvania farmhouse, Wendy had returned to the Bay Area at the same time as Patty and the Harrises. “If the person we’re talking about was in fact your daughter, she was in good health when I saw her six months ago.”, “If that same person was Patty, she wasn’t pregnant. For reasons still unexplained, they did not deliver it. With Walter’s information FBI agents soon discovered the SLA’s farmhouse hideout. All three drank freely. Through the windows they could look out on the famous Mark Hopkins Hotel in one direction and the exclusive Pacific Union Club in another. Certainly not Patty Hearst. She refused to admit that she had asked to join. And he was relying heavily on the bottle. Kathy had been collecting her mail there about three months. Since her kidnapping Patty had been living with intense, serious-minded people. The total cost is estimated to have been $400.0 million. But as more underground groups sprang up — and as more communiqués arrived — so did the problem of authenticating these political letters. Federal grand jury subpoenas were issued for Jack and Micki. Then on May 17th, 1974, Los Angeles police surrounded a grubby bungalow where the SLA was holed up. Instead, the SLA messenger contacted Scott and told him that, because the fugitives were changing locations, they did not have time to complete the book; they were abandoning the project indefinitely. Both Steve and Kathy moved to Berkeley in 1971. They abandoned the car a few blocks away and escaped in another car into the midmorning traffic. So, according to the sources, the Harrises wrote the bank robbery communiqué as part of a plan to discredit the NWLF. CNN's documentary The Radical Story Of Patty Hearst aims to reexamine this part of her history. On the afternoon of September 17th, a short, muscular man with a black beard emerged from the flat toting a load of clothes and headed toward a nearby laundromat. I have no interest in revisiting such a violent and hurtful time in my life.".