The former Kathleen Soliah was released this week from the Central California Women's Facility in Chowchilla after serving six years. Nabbed after two decades in hiding, she pleaded guilty in 2003 to second-degree murder in the 1975 shooting death of a customer during a bank robbery in Northern California by the Symbionese Liberation Army, the radical group that kidnapped heiress Patricia Hearst in 1974. Olson also was serving time for attempting to bomb police cars during her period as a radical. She got out Monday on good behavior and must serve three years parole.
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