An old tale about true Maine grit

An old tale about true Maine grit

There are 1 comment on the Bangor Daily News story from May 18, 2012, titled An old tale about true Maine grit. In it, Bangor Daily News reports that:

Nearly 50 years ago a Maine State Prison inmate escaped from the former prison at Thomaston, disappearing into dense fog and remaining at large for 11 days before state police collared him at Wiscasset.

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Lynne Harrison

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#1 May 20, 2012
I know both Jeannie and Muggy and they are not dangerous crimminals as the police and media would lead people to beleive. They are surely not as dangerous as our president. End the war on drugs and then the taxpayers would not have to pay so much to put people away in prisons but be able to have more programs to help these poor people. Wish you best Jeannie and Muggy

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