Myra Davis masterminds a plot by which her husband Les escapes from the law while being escorted to a trial. Their son Ralph shoots and kills a deputy sheriff in the process. Dan Mathews and Sergeant Williams travel quickly to the Davis home, but the cocksure Myra has already transported Ralph and Les to a remote location. She then slips a tail and gets them safely back to the Davis home, where they plan to hide for a few days before fleeing to Mexico. Dan, Sergeant Williams, and a plainclothes officer return to the home and surround it after Dan satisfies himself that Les and Ralph Davis are now hiding inside. A pitched gun battle ensues, with neither side willing (or able) to show the other any mercy whatsoever. Written by
The police are sworn to uphold and enforce the law. But frequently, the law itself makes work for the police. On April 27th, a prisoner serving a life term in the state penitentiary was called as a witness in the trial of The State versus Eddie Flanagan. It took a simple court injunction to release him from the penitentiary. The prisoner, Lee Davis, had a wife and son. They had arranged for him to be called as a witness through Eddie Flanagan, the criminal on trial. Purpose - to ...
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