Alice doesn't live here anymore

Lambert, Pam; Dodd, Johnny
October 1993
People;10/4/93, Vol. 40 Issue 14, p61
Discusses the surrender of fugitive antiwar radical Katherine Ann Power for a 1970 Boston, Massachusetts bank robbery during which a policeman was killed. Alice Metzinger as an alias; Reason for Power's decision to surrender; Release of a statement expressing regret for the death of Officer Walter A. Schroeder; Family background; Educational achievements; Involvement in antiwar protest.


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