The Press: Twenty Years of Crime

Along London's Fleet Street, Sunday People Reporter Duncan Webb, 37, is sometimes called the "greatest crime reporter of our time." In almost 20 years of covering crime he has been slugged, kicked, lunged at with knives, shot at, knuckle-dusted and was once the target of a speeding automobile that raced onto the sidewalk of a narrow Soho street and tried to smash him against a building. Last week Webb was still wearing a plaster cast on his right wrist, broken two months ago when a London gangster known as "Jack Spot" objected to one...

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