World: The Good Bad Man

India is the world's richest market for smugglers. One man who took a fling at reaping some of those riches sat last week in a maximum-security cell in Bombay's city prison. He is Daniel H. Walcott, 39, a broad-shouldered, persuasive Texan whose profile is known to readers of Interpol circulars the world over. Pilot and swashbuckler, he operates under at least four aliases and has been charged in half a dozen countries with a variety of violations, from running an illegal transatlantic passenger airline to swindling and espionage. Says an Interpol official: "Mr. Walcott knows how to be a very good...

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