Susan Edith Saxe
Power and Saxe were roommates during their senior year of college, and Saxe was just as involved as Power in the student activist movement. And she, like Power, was also in love with the ex-con and robbery accomplice Stanley Bond. But unlike Power, five years after the robbery, Saxe was arrested in Philadelphia after a policeman recognized her from a FBI image, and she served eight years out of a 12 to 14 year sentence for manslaughter and armed robbery. In a 1993 piece on Power for The New York Times, Power's therapist said of the two women, "They are so appalled at what's going on in Vietnam that they want to do something. They decide to rob a bank and give the money away. But they don't know anything about robbing a bank." She ran a successful computer company from jail and was paroled in 1982.