CRIME: They Finally Got Me'

As gangland executions go, it was ordinary enough. A dynamite bomb attached by magnets to the bottom of a car. The driver brutally maimed after the electronic triggering mechanism was set off by remote control. The hit man far from the scene. But the locale was not Chicago's West Side and the victim was not a wayward mobster. He was Investigative Reporter Donald F. Bolles, 47, and his death in Phoenix last week of injuries from the bomb underscored the viciousness and power of organized crime in Arizona in a way nothing...

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