How serial killer Ted Bundy was able to escape from custody after he was arrested

After his arrest in Colorado, Ted Bundy jumped out of the window from the law library and headed for the mountains in June 1977.
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He was assisting in his own defense and he had a right to values lisle library this whole little courthouse. Library. That's up on the top floor. Judge decreed that he didn't have to Wear shackles and handcuffs so he walked about the courtroom and back into the law library is screaming. My bedroom. Number of opportunity to walk right out. It got a great deal about these villages go ahead because to do a good thing please. There's a picture of him coming into the building that morning that he's got really concentrated on its face. He addressed with an extra layer get a sweater under the wanted to win on the outside so he was planning to go that day. Bedard went on good hundred broke the window open as a very here and broke through the sky was blue. And I really feel the walk through window just how good. Look at I discussed this incredibly low.

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