Teri Thornton

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Sara Jane Olson was a fugitive from justice for 25 years.  In 2001, she was arrested in Minnesota and returned to California to serve sentences for two crimes.

Sara Jane Olson Paroled to Minnesota

Sara Jane Olson was a fugitive from justice for 25 years.  In 2001, she was arrested in Minnesota and returned to California to serve sentences for two crimes.

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