'Weather' figure Dohrn fined but not imprisoned

A criminal-court judge says he decided that former Weather Underground leader Bernardine Dohrn should not go to jail, despite prosecution protests, because she had been penalized enough during a decade of hiding. Judge Fred G. Suria sentenced Miss Dohrn, a mother of two children, to three years' probation and fined her $1,500 for her part in the "Days of Rage" riot in 1969.

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