Nation: Killing for Smut

A porn king's life on the run

Joseph Gozzo, president of the Bloomfield (Conn.) State Bank, was uneasy. On Nov. 8, a new customer named Arbie Evans had phoned to say that he wanted to withdraw $33,500 in cash from an account he had opened only three weeks earlier. Suspecting a swindle of some kind, Gozzo summoned the police. When Evans arrived at the bank, the cops asked him to come to the station. After four hours of fruitless questioning, they placed a poster from the FBI'S most-wanted list before him. With scarcely a...

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