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FBI's Most Wanted – Incredible History of the Innovative Program - Discover All the Facts About the Program Which Led to the Location of More Than 460 of Our Nation's Most Dangerous Criminals - cover

FBI's Most Wanted – Incredible History of the Innovative Program - Discover All the Facts About the Program Which Led to the Location of More Than 460 of Our Nation's Most Dangerous Criminals

Investigation Federal Bureau of

Publisher: Madison & Adams Press

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Summary

The FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list arose from a conversation held in late 1949 between J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the FBI, and William Kinsey Hutchinson who were discussing ways to promote capture of the FBI's "toughest guys". For sixty years, the FBI has sought the public's assistance in a special way through one of our most effective and longest running publicity programs, which, since 1950, has led to the location of more than 460 of our nation's most dangerous criminals. 
Content:
FBI's "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives" Program:
The Beginnings
Today
The Program
Criteria for Placement on the List
The List
Removal from the List
How the FBI Gets Its Men and Women:  
A 20-Year Study of the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives" Program 1989-2009
Today's "Top Ten" List More Likely to Include Terrorist, Organized Crime Figures and Child Predators 
"Top Tenners" Cannot Hide for Long
Many Fugitives Found far from Home 
"Top Ten" Fugitives Increasingly Caught Through Publicity 
Conclusion
Project Pin Point
Project Welcome Home
America's Most Wanted
Famous Cases:
Thomas James Holden
William Raymond Nesbit
Isaie Beausoleil 
Clyde Edward Laws
James Earl Ray
Richard Lee Tingler, Jr.
Ruth Eisemann-Schier
Theodore Robert Bundy
Eric Robert Rudolph
Warren Jeffs
Service Martyrs
Available since: 03/20/2017.

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