Audio of an interview with Lynette "Squeaky" Froome, who was arrested and jailed for the attempted assassination of President Gerald Ford in 1975. She received a life sentence and was paroled in 2009. Fromme refused to cooperate with her own defense during her trial. Attorney Dwayne Keyes recommended severe punishment because she was "full of hate and violence"; Fromme threw an apple at him, hitting him in the face and knocking off his glasses. She told the press that she "came to get life. Not just my life but clean air, healthy water, and respect for creatures and creation."
Accompanying noise recorded with Behringer RD-8 and TD-3, Korg Monologue and Gojirafx Mangler Fuzz. Edited and mixed, kind of, with Audacity