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SLA: Nancy Ling Perry

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Nancy Ling Perry (September 19, 1947 - May 17, 1974) also known as "Fahizah" was a member of the Symbionese Liberation Army.

Nancy Ling Perry was born in San Francisco to a upper middle-class family. She attended Santa Rosa High School where she was a cheerleader and a Sunday school teacher. In 1964 while in high school she was a campaign worker for Barry Goldwater (just like Hillary Rodham). She began university at Whittier College however, after a few semesters at Whittier she transferred to the University of California at Berkeley. At the University of California at Berkeley she majored in English.

Nancy Ling Perry was married for six years to African-American jazz musician Gilbert Perry, whom she met when he was working for the State Employment office. Their relationship was described as a "love-hate affair" which ended when Gilbert left Nancy.

Nancy Ling Perry worked as topless blackjack dealer in San Francisco and went through a period of heavy use of psychedelic drugs and amphetamines.

She has been accused by other members of the SLA as having taken part in the Marcus Foster assassination.

On May 17, 1974 Nancy Ling Perry along with several members of the SLA was killed in 1466 East 54th Street, during a shootout with the Los Angeles Police Department.

Hibernia Bank...

Nancy Ling Perry taking part in the April 15, 1974 Hibernia Bank robbery. Arrow added by the FBI.

FBI photo.




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