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Explains why and how the FBI decided to create the list of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives and how the mass media and ordinary population have become their allies in the fight against crime.

Explains why and how the FBI decided to create the list of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives and how the mass media and ordinary population have become their allies in the fight against crime.

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Overview

Explains why and how the FBI decided to create the list of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives and how the mass media and ordinary population have become their allies in the fight against crime.

Explains why and how the FBI decided to create the list of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives and how the mass media and ordinary population have become their allies in the fight against crime.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780791042649
  • Publisher: Facts on File, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/28/1997
  • Series: Crime, Justice and Punishment Series
  • Pages: 80
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.53 (w) x 9.55 (h) x 0.44 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2009

    The FBI's Most Wanted

    The book the FBI¿s most wanted by Laura D¿Angelo is all about the Federal Bureau of Investigators. It covers everything from people who are committed the crimes to how the go about solving them and what it takes to get the FBI involved.<BR/> Crime is everywhere, no where you go can you escape crime. From Los Angeles California to Caribou Maine you will be able to find crime. The book also goes over the American Justice system as well as the Bill of Rights and how they play a part in the justice system. <BR/> Nick Montos was arrested on July 18 1995. A surprising force brought him down, a bat wielding grandmother who owned an antique store. He broke onto her store and tried to rob her at gun point. What he didn¿t know was she was a Jewish woman who had lived through the Nazi death camps and was not about to take anything from him. He tied her to a door and she escaped, grabbed an aluminum baseball bat and started swinging after pressing the alarm. When the police arrived he said to her if you buzz them in I will kill you as he placed the gun to her back she had other plans she buzzed him in and assisted in the arrested. When the officer walked in he put the gun to the officers stomach and she hit him with the bat again causing him to lose control of his gun hand bringing an end to this struggle.<BR/> The book also cover the forming of the FBI slightly, their jurisdiction, what cases they can and can not work as well. It also talks about the many different cover ups that criminals have tried to use over the years and how they have failed. One was in which they locate many criminals is through the show America¿s most wanted with John Walsh. One criminal asked him ho it felt to know they he might be responsible for putting innocent people in prison and how he can sleep at night. What people need to remember though is that the American Justice System is fair for all. This book goes into slight detail of the FBI but if you are looking for a book with more in-depth detail this is not it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2003

    No Go

    The FBI¿s Most Wanted is a graphic book explaining in detail how some crimes were committed which is written by Laura D¿Angelo about the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), how it was started by Edgar J. Hoover, and how the top ten most wanted list was started in the fifties in part by an news reporter. There are also many short stories on some of the popular or more known criminal in the last half century that have made the top ten most wanted list. You should not buy this book unless you are really in to the FBI. If you don¿t believe me and still are considering buying this book don¿t borrow it from a library or a friend because you¿ll be wasting your money. When reading The FBI¿s Most Wanted you can expect to be bored with many stupid facts and the only thing I found interesting was how the top ten list was started. It was started partially by a news reporter asking the director who the top ten most dangerous people in the country were?

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