CRIME: A Slight Case of Murder

When snub-nosed Wayne Long walked out of the old brick state penitentiary at Salem, Ore. one day last week, FBI agents had the word and they were on hand to tail him. Twenty-five-year-old Long was a toughie all right; he had three stretches for stealing and assault on his record, had crashed out of prison twice. But it wasn't Long the G-men were interested in. They hoped he would lead them to his old pal, John Omar Pinson, a cop killer who had escaped from Salem a year before and worked himself onto the FBI's list of "most wanted"...

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