The Press: Anatomist of Crime

The man who made more money out of the great Brink's robbery than any of the men who robbed Brink's is still at large—and still making money out of it. For the Boston Globe's Joseph F. Dinneen, 57, dean of New England crime reporters, the big heist got him a Globe column called "Brink's Notebook," a handful of magazine articles, a book (Anatomy of a Crime) and a movie sale (Six Bridges to Cross). Dinneen's estimated haul, before taxes: $150,000. Last week Dinneen was looking for more pay dirt. He was working to prove...

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