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Lee Emory Downs - U.S. prisoner was returned to prison for burglary attempt of Colombian consulate in San Francisco, after his parole in 1968; was arrested April 7, 1950 with weapons, dynamite and fuses at a Daytona Beach, Florida trailer park; was charged August 3, 1948 with unlawful flight; had robbed a telephone company office in San Jose, California, June 3, 1948; an expert safecracker and skilled holdup man in three Pacific Coast states

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Live from San Quentin: Poignant photos shine spotlight on inmates' everyday lives in America's oldest prison

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Whitey Bulger: What investigators found inside the mobster's home

Boston mobster and fugitive James "Whitey" Bulger worked as an FBI informant throughout the 1980s, providing information about Boston's Angiulo crime family while evading arrest. Bulger had been on the FBI's 10 most wanted fugitive list and the agency had offered a $2-million reward for his arrest.