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FBI’s Most Wanted List No Longer Hangs in Most Post Offices

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It’s hard to get all teary eyed and nostalgic about the FBI’s Most Wanted Fugitives list, but you have to admit the list looked pretty cool hanging on the post office walls. It brought a little excitement to a place that is anything but exciting.

By Lee Hill Kavanaugh
The Kansas City Star

For decades, the baddest of the bad stared out from FBI wanted posters in post offices nationwide.

Bank robber Willie Sutton. Serial killer Ted Bundy. Osama Bin Laden.

Multiple murderer Thomas James Holden — the first name on the FBI’s first 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, back in 1950. Holden once escaped from the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth and was captured two years later on a Kansas City golf course.

Seeing the faces on a post office wall is a rarity now. They have disappeared over the past decade.

Post offices no longer want the Most Wanted.

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