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On June 2, 1971, a Federal Grand Jury at Tucson, Ariz, indicted Roberta Brent Smith for conspiring with another individual in an act which involved the interstate transportation and unregistered possession of 120 sticks of dynamite, 30 electric blasting caps, 20 fuse caps, and 50 feet of fuse. The alleged conspiracy violation occurred prior to May 2, 1970, at which time one John Allen Fuerst, using the name William Allen Friedman, allegedly drove from Venice, Calif, to Tucson, Ariz, purchased the explosives and fuse, and returned to Venice Calif.
CAUTION: ROBERTA BRENT SMITH HAS BEEN KNOWN TO ASSOCIATE WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO ADVOCATE THE USE OF EXPLOSIVES AND SHE HERSELF HAS ACQUIRED EXPLOSIVES IN THE PAST. SHE REPORTEDLY MAY HAVE ACQUIRED FIREARMS AND SHOULD BE CONSIDERED DANGEROUS.
Roberta Brent Smith is known to be afflicted with a skin condition known as acne vulgaris, which has been described as being acute and recurrent.
News and Notes. Arch Dermatol. 1972;105(2):308. doi:10.1001/archderm.1972.01620050102037
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