What's It's Like To Live On The Lam

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Victor Oboyski, former supervisory deputy U.S. Marshal
Jennifer Mascia, author, Never Tell Our Business to Strangers

The Federal Bureau of Investigation estimates there are some 6,500 fugitives on the run from U.S. authorities. Their crimes range from missed child support payments to murder, but most share an ability to live quiet lives under the radar.



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