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“Uniformed police officers followed ex-convict John Daniel Stolarz as he fled from the Chase bank branch located right next to entrances to Madison Square Garden and Pennsylvania Station and shot him in the leg after he refused several orders to drop the knife, police said.”
“He has said in court papers that the likely killer was his girlfriend's uncle — an ex-convict, now deceased, who had a history of physical and sexual abuse.”
“He has said the likely killer was his girlfriend's uncle, an ex-convict with a history of physical and sexual abuse, and Skinner has for about a decade been seeking crime scene evidence to try to prove his innocence.”
“The coalition's hand-picked governor, Abdul Zahir, turned out to be an ex-convict who served part of a prison sentence for stabbing his own son.”
“I start with American Gods, which is a wonderful story about an ex-convict named Shadow hired to be the bodyguard for a strange man he meets on his plane ride home, a man who calls himself Mr. Wednesday.”
“At the time of the al-Qaeda attacks on New York and Washington, he was a struggling ex-convict with”
“The son, an ex-convict named Boo Spencer, told the paper that his father admitted taking part in the crime, adding that the Klan didn't like that Morris owned a business.”
“The film was an unbearably tense thriller about a woman stalking the ex-convict who destroyed her life, following him into the depths of a Glasgow housing estate.”
“Ms. Lu, says she was inspired by "Les Miserables" and the relationship between police inspector Javert and ex-convict Jean Valjean.”
“Then the ex-convict with the new name traveled to Pakistan, India, Dubai, Europe and elsewhere, documents show.”
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