US United States. The FBI arrests a man on the run for nearly fifty years
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The US Federal Police have ended the run of an inmate who fled in 1971 during his grandmother's funeral.
He had been wanted since 1971 and his escape while attending his grandmother's funeral. Leonard Moses was arrested by the federal police, she announced this Friday, November 13.
Leonard Moses was then serving a life sentence after his conviction in 1968 for the murder of a Pittsburgh resident, according to an FBI statement.
After the assassination of civil rights champion Martin Luther King, riots broke out in this northeastern town and Leonard Moses threw molotov cocktails at a house with his comrades.
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Its occupant, Mary Alpo, had died from the cumulative effects of her burns and pneumonia.
On the occasion of his grandmother's funeral, Leonard Moses escaped.The investigation relaunched in 2016
After his escape, the young man rebuilt his life under the name of "Paul Dickson" and worked, at least from 1999, as a pharmacist in the State of Michigan, specifies the FBI .
In 2016, the federal police relaunched their investigation, questioned their relatives again, offered a reward and set up a dedicated number to collect information about him.
Despite more than 2,000 intelligence, "we failed to locate and apprehend Leonard Moses" , FBI official Michael Christman told a press conference in Pittsburgh.Betrayed by his fingerprints
But earlier this year he was arraigned and charged in Michigan as part of a separate investigation, the nature of which the FBI has refused to specify.
Court documents show that a Paul Dickson born in 1949 was indicted in April in that state for fraud and illegal prescribing of controlled substances.
As part of this procedure, his fingerprints were entered into a local computer system, and eventually crossed with a federal database.
He was arrested Thursday, Nov. 12 at his home in Grand Blanc, Mich., And is scheduled to be transferred to Pennsylvania for "face justice" , said Michael Christman.
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