12 August, 2009

Organized crime

Ellen noticed a letter on Blarin’s desk. Blarin’s great aunt Elsa wrote of her dismay over her husband’s incarceration. Seymour Horne always engaged in mobster activities, she wrote. Elsa explained many gangsters met their end due to being prosecuted for simple tax evasion as authorities often couldn’t pin larger crimes on them. Seymour went down due to an overdue library book.

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