Soft-spoken, humble of manner, Thomas A. Tarrants III leans back in his office chair, surrounded by books on religion and philosophy, and looks down at a newspaper headline from Nov. 28, 1968: “Tarrants Found Guilty, Sentenced to 30 Years.” The 60-year-old sees a mug shot of himself at age 21 next to the story: “A self-styled guerrilla waging a ‘holy…
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