Kathy Boudin, the 60-year-old radical chic poster child and late of the Black Liberation Army, has been granted parole. In 1984, she pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery and second-degree murder in a 1981 armored truck heist in which a guard was killed. Boudin was serving 20 years to life for the murder.
Not long ago, David Weigel talked with the director of a new documentary about the Weather Underground (the BLA included remnants of that group). His piece is online here. And here's Brian Doherty's 2001 piece on the capture and trial of Symbionese Liberation Army member Kathy Soliah. And if you're in a '60s/early '70s kind of mood, here's another article to check out: "Peace Corpse",