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Wanted Poster, Marilyn Jean Buck, Black Liberation Army

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Sold Date: 08/18/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay

Wanted poster for Marilyn Jean Buck by the FBI as Escaped Federal Prisoner; Conspiracy to Commit Armed Bank Robbery. dentification Order 4893 revised 6-22-83 based on a Federal warrant issued on July 5, 1977 in Beckley, West Virginia and another Federal warranty issued on November 4, 1981 in New York City . Buck, a prison escapee is being siought in connection with the armed robbery of an armored truck which resulted in the killing of two police officers and one guard and the wounding of one officer and two guards. This was the famous Brinks armored car robbery in Rockland County, New York. In 1973 she was convicted of purchasing two boxes of handgun ammuniton for the Black Liberation Army. Three years into her ten year sentence she was given a furlough from prison and went underground. In 1983 she was recaptured and charged with the successful removal of Assata Shakur, also known as Joanne Chesimard from A Federal prison. In 1985 she was convicted of the bombing of the US Capitol Building to protest invasions into other countries. She received an 80 year sentence for all charges. The back of the poster shows the addresses of various FBI offices. It also shows that this poster was sent to Police Department, Monticello, New York The poster has a fold from mailing. Overall, very good condition. PayPal can be used. Shipping is $ 2.50.

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