National Affairs: Again, Dillinger

Patrolman Jud Pittenger, 54, was strolling leisurely along his beat on Buffalo Street in Warsaw, Ind. one night last week when he noticed two men coming across the street toward him, casting long shadows under the lights. Patrolman Pittenger saw that they carried machineguns. One of the men poked the barrel of his gun in Patrolman Pittenger's belly. When Pittenger tried to push it away, the other man stuck the stock of his gun into the policeman's back.

The first man said, "Don't be a fool. We don't want to kill you."

"I don't want...

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