PREVIEW: An American, Portrait of Raymond Luc Levasseur
Preview: Season 8 Episode 13 | 17s
Put on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list in 1977 for his involvement in bombings by the United Freedom Front, Vietnam veteran Raymond Luc Levasseur was arrested in 1984 and sentenced to 45 years in prison. From his cell in 1992, Levasseur wrote an essay, "My Blood is Québécois", in which he traced his rebellion and radicalization to growing up as a Franco-American in a small town in Maine.
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