In 1996 Berenson, a 26-year-old from New York, was sentenced to life in prison by a Peruvian military tribunal for allegedly subletting her rented house in Lima to members of the Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement. Her story played out in newspapers and magazines (Vogue even ran a story by her mother, Rhoda Berenson) and in 2001 she was retried and given a lesser sentence: 20 years. How's she doing? "Lori works seven days a week—her choice—in the prison bakery," her mother says. "And local guides are now bringing tourists to see her—last weekend she had a visit from a hiker."