It's been 27 years since members of a Puerto Rican independence group were brought before judges in a Connecticut federal courthouse, accused of a brazen heist that netted $7.1 million and culminated years of anti-American attacks. At the same courthouse this month, the lengthy drama moved one act closer to its conclusion.
Sentencing in Armored Car Case Puts Spotlight on Puerto Rican Militant Group
The Connecticut Law Tribune
November 28, 2012