No one ever looks at the enforced return of an escaped convict from the economic point of view. No, it is always the usual outburst of fear, indignation, thirst for vengeance.
An individual may have spent five, ten, even fifteen years in a prison with an exceptional institutional record of good behavior, may be a hard worker, an amiable person, respected by his fellow prisoners and the administration. He may have been considered trustworthy, even have achieved “minimum security...
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