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20 years after escape, O’Keefe recounts time ‘on the lam’

Joel O'Keefe is moved to a state police car outside Troop G headquarters in Loudonville on Oct. 7, 1994, one day after his capture in Bennington, Vt.
Joel O'Keefe is moved to a state police car outside Troop G headquarters in Loudonville on Oct. 7, 1994, one day after his capture in Bennington, Vt.
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Fri. Sept. 23: While returning to the Saratoga County jail from a Washington County Court arraignment on weapons and marijuana charges, O’Keefe bolts from an unmarked state police car near routes 50 and 67 in Ballston. The manhunt begins with a 3-square-mile search area. Sat. Sept. 24: Police expand the search to a 7-square-mile area that stretches towards Malta. Sun. Sept. 25: Reports of a possible sighting extend the search into Malta. According to O’Keefe, ...


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safny
August 17, 2014
4:11 p.m.

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This guy just cannot wait to get out and start his criminal activity all over. He takes zero responsibility for his crimes. I'm not violent? Many people might disagree.

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