Gerald Ford, Squeaky Fromme: 1975 Sacramento assassination attemptLoading
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    Sacramento Police and Secret Service agents handcuff Lynette " Squeaky " Fromme under a Capitol Park tree after she tried to shoot President Gerald Ford on September 5, 1975.
    Dick Schmidt | Sacramento Bee file
  • President Gerald Ford is protected by Secret Service agents after an attempt was made on his life in Sacramento, Calif., September 5, 1975.
    AP file
  • Squeaky Fromme Wrestled To Ground 1975
    Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme is handcuffed after attempting to shoot President Gerald Ford in Sacramento, Calif. as he walked from his hotel to the State Capitol building on September 5, 1975.
    Anonymous | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • Manson Follower Ford
    Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme sits in a US Marshal's car just after her attempted assassination of President Gerald Ford in Sacramento on September 5, 1975.
    Walt Zeboski | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • Lynette " Squeaky " Fromme, with an empty holster strapped to her leg, sits in an interrogation room shortly after she was taken into custody following her September 5, 1975 attempt to shoot President Gerald Ford.
    Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
  • The Colt M1911 used by Lynette " Squeaky " Fromme when she attempted to shoot President Gerald Ford.
    Erhardt E. Krause | Sacramento Bee file Photo
  • Newspaper clipping from The Sacramento Bee from September 5, 1975
  • MANSON FAMILY
    "Manson Family" member Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme, attends a pre-trial hearing in Los Angeles for the "Manson Family" members being tried in the 1969 Tate-LaBianca murders.
    ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • A 1975 newspaper clipping from The Sacramento Bee.
  • Lynette " Squeaky " Fromme, acting as her own attorney works on her case at the Sacramento County jail.
    Richard Gilmore. | Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
  • Lynette " Squeaky " Fromme, conducts phone interviews with reporters at the Sacramento County jail.
    Frank Stork | Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
  • A November 2, 1975 newspaper clipping from The Sacramento Bee.
  • U. S. District Judge Thomas MacBride carries roses as he arrives at the Federal Building in Sacramento, Calif., on November 4, 1975, where he presided over the trial of Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme. Judge MacBride ruled before the start of the trial that Fromme could subpoena President Gerald Ford as a witness on her behalf.
    UPI PHOTOGRAPH
  • A November 15, 1975 newspaper clipping from The Sacramento Bee.
  • Squeaky Fromme Carried Into Court 1975
    No longer acting as her own attorney, Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme blindfolded herself and had to be carried to court by a U.S. Marshal. Fromme refused to participate in her trial on a charge of attempting to murder President Gerald Ford.
    Walt Zeboski | ASSOCIATED PRESS
  • A December 17, 1975 newspaper clipping from The Sacramento Bee.
  • Ynette Fromme
    Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme is interviewed by Sacramento Bee reporter Wayne Wilson at the Federal Correctional Institution in Alderson, West Virginia in 1980. The interview was Fromme's first public comment on her 1975 assassination attempt of President Gerald Ford in Sacramento.
    Carl Grandstaff | Sacramento Bee
  • A September 7, 1980 newspaper clipping from The Sacramento Bee.
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