Fugitive Surrendered After 42 Years Because It Was 'Right Thing to Do'

Cole Lee Jordan seemed to have the classic middle class American success story, having worked his way up from being a janitor at Washtenaw Community College to earning a master's degree and becoming a guidance counselor at the school. But Jordan was really Ronald Bridgeforth, a man who engaged police in a shootout at a San Francisco discount store on Nov. 5, 1968, after he was confronted for allegedly using a stolen credit card to buy $29 worth of clothes and toys. Four decades later, despite...Full Story
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