CRIME: Morocco & Istanbul

Last week Chicago got back one runaway Insull. He was not Samuel but his brother, Martin J., finally extradited from Canada to stand trial for embezzlement of $365,000 in connection with the $2,000,000,000 collapse of the Insull Middle West Utilities empire.

Lieut. Frank K. Johnson of the Chicago police and Laurence Ryan of the State's Attorney's office had gone to Toronto to bring Martin Insull back to U. S. justice. At 3 a. m. on their return trip their train rolled across the U. S.-Canadian border and came to a stop in Detroit....

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