this day in crime history: may 17, 1974

Nobody Move!


On this date in 1974, six members of the Symbionese Liberation Army were cornered by police in a house in Los Angeles. The police announced their presence via bullhorn. An older man and a small child walked out of the house. The man told police that no one else was inside. After several attempts to communicate with the remaining occupants, police fired tear gas into the building. SLA members responded with automatic weapons fire. In the ensuing battle, the building caught fire. All six SLA members, the group’s leader, Donald “Cinque” Defreeze, Nancy Ling Perry, Angela Atwood, Willie Wolfe, Patricia Soltysik and Camilla Hall, were killed in the shootout.

Further reading:

Crime Museum – Patty Hearst Kidnapping

CNN.com – Patty Hearst Profile

Wikipedia – Symbionese Liberation Army

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Direct Descendant of, Roman General, and Consul of Rome, BRITTIUS, of the Imperial Roman Army.
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7 Responses to this day in crime history: may 17, 1974

  1. Zip-a-Dee says:

    Interesting find. I bet you used those words before, “Nobody move!”
    Thru the years it would be eye-opening to know how many of these ‘groups’ were supported by the inbred elites / satan/luciferian families.
    https://mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKCN1GJ2KH?

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    • Brittius says:

      Never used those words. The actual words legally accepted is, ” PO-LEECE! DON’T MOVE!”.

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      • Zip-a-Dee says:

        haha You ask your wife if that’s the ‘way’ they say it on Blue Bloods!
        Danny doesn’t say Po-Leece.
        How about ‘bad people, freeze (stand still) pa-leez’ … “good people get out of the way!!”

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        • Brittius says:

          The “Po-Leece”, term is due to court trials where suspects testified that they thought the police were saying “please”. That would be “Please, don’t move”, or “Please, drop the gun”. I always thought “Po-Leece”, was too redneck, but the courts want it that way.

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