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Lori Berenson Arrives in US
Berenson, who served a 15-year sentence in Peru before being paroled last year, made it home in time for the holidays.
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Paroled U.S. activist Lori Berenson, accompanied by her son Salvador Apari, waits at the international airport before boarding a plane to the U.S. in Lima, Peru, Monday Dec. 19, 2011. Three days after barring her exit, Peruvian migration officials gave paroled American Lori Berenson a document Monday clearing her to leave the country with her toddler son to spend the holidays with her family in New York City. Berenson, a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology student, was put on parole in 2010 while serving a 20-year sentence for aiding the leftist rebel Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement.(AP Photo/Frank Bajak)
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Lori Berenson, center, helps her son Salvador Apari into a waiting car while her mother, Rhoda Berenson, looks on after after Lori and her son arrived from Lima, Peru, at Newark Liberty International Airport, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011 in Newark, N.J. Berenson, who was convicted of aiding Peruvian guerrillas and served 15 years before she was paroled last year, said she fully intended to return to Peru by the court-ordered deadline of Jan. 11. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)

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Paroled U.S. activist Lori Berenson, center, surrounded by members of U.S. embassy to Peru, accompanied by her son Salvador Apari, walks at the international airport before leaving to U.S. in Lima, Peru, Monday Dec. 19, 2011. Peru's anti-terrorism attorney Julio Galindo said Sunday he will seek misconduct charges against the three judges who granted Berenson permission to leave the country for the first time since her 1995 arrest. Galindo said he would ask prosecutors on Monday to charge the judges with violating anti-terrorism laws by clearing Berenson to travel to New York City with her toddler son to spend the holidays with her family. Despite the court's approval, the 42-year-old Berenson was prevented from boarding a flight on Friday. Berenson, a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology student, was put on parole in 2010 while serving a 20-year sentence for aiding the leftist rebel Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

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Lori Berenson, center, arrives from Lima, Peru with her son Salvador Apari at Newark Liberty International Airport, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011 in Newark, New Jersey. Berenson, who was convicted of aiding Peruvian guerrillas and served 15 years before she was paroled last year, said she fully intended to return to Peru by the court-ordered deadline of Jan. 11. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)
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Lori Berenson arrives from Lima, Peru, with her son Salvador Apari at Newark Liberty International Airport, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011 in Newark, N.J. Berenson, who was convicted of aiding Peruvian guerrillas and served 15 years before she was paroled last year, said she fully intended to return to Peru by the court-ordered deadline of Jan. 11. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)

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Lori Berenson leaves Newark Liberty International Airport surrounded by police and her mother, Rhoda Berenson, second from right, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011 in Newark, N.J. Berenson, who was convicted of aiding Peruvian guerrillas and served 15 years before she was paroled last year, said she fully intended to return to Peru by the court-ordered deadline of Jan. 11. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)

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Paroled U.S. activist Lori Berenson, center, surrounded by members of U.S. embassy to Peru, accompanied by her son Salvador Apari, walks at the international airport before leaving to U.S. in Lima, Peru, Monday Dec. 19, 2011. Peru's anti-terrorism attorney Julio Galindo said Sunday he will seek misconduct charges against the three judges who granted Berenson permission to leave the country for the first time since her 1995 arrest. Galindo said he would ask prosecutors on Monday to charge the judges with violating anti-terrorism laws by clearing Berenson to travel to New York City with her toddler son to spend the holidays with her family. Despite the court's approval, the 42-year-old Berenson was prevented from boarding a flight on Friday. Berenson, a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology student, was put on parole in 2010 while serving a 20-year sentence for aiding the leftist rebel Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

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Paroled U.S. activist Lori Berenson, second from right, accompanied by her son Salvador Apari, walks at the international airport before leaving to U.S. in Lima, Peru, Monday Dec. 19, 2011. Peru's anti-terrorism attorney Julio Galindo said Sunday he will seek misconduct charges against the three judges who granted Berenson permission to leave the country for the first time since her 1995 arrest. Galindo said he would ask prosecutors on Monday to charge the judges with violating anti-terrorism laws by clearing Berenson to travel to New York City with her toddler son to spend the holidays with her family. Despite the court's approval, the 42-year-old Berenson was prevented from boarding a flight on Friday. Berenson, a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology student, was put on parole in 2010 while serving a 20-year sentence for aiding the leftist rebel Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)
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Chased by media members, paroled U.S. activist Lori Berenson, left, walks at the international airport before leaving to U.S. in Lima, Peru, Monday Dec. 19, 2011. Peru's anti-terrorism attorney Julio Galindo said Sunday he will seek misconduct charges against the three judges who granted Berenson permission to leave the country for the first time since her 1995 arrest. Galindo said he would ask prosecutors on Monday to charge the judges with violating anti-terrorism laws by clearing Berenson to travel to New York City with her toddler son to spend the holidays with her family. Despite the court's approval, the 42-year-old Berenson was prevented from boarding a flight on Friday. Berenson, a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology student, was put on parole in 2010 while serving a 20-year sentence for aiding the leftist rebel Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)

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Rhoda Berenson, the mother of Lori Berenson, speaks to the media while awaiting the arrival of her daughter from Lima, Peru, with her son Salvador Apari at Newark Liberty International Airport, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011 in Newark, N.J. Berenson, who was convicted of aiding Peruvian guerrillas and served 15 years before she was paroled last year, said she fully intended to return to Peru by the court-ordered deadline of Jan. 11. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams)

Lori Berenson Arrives in US

Berenson, who served a 15-year sentence in Peru before being paroled last year, made it home in time for the holidays.

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