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Duane Chapman on the Phone in Honolulu - 17 Jan 2007
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MIDEAST
RTR1ESBU
June 23, 2006
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (front R), flanked by security guards, adjusts his skullcap during...
Herzeliya
Israeli PM Olmert adjusts skullcap during unveiling ceremony for tombstone of famed Nazi hunter Wiesenthal...
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (front R), flanked by security guards, adjusts his skullcap during an unveiling ceremony for the tombstone of famed Nazi hunter, Simon Wiesenthal, at a cemetery in the Israeli city of Herzeliya, June 23, 2006. Wiesenthal dedicated most of his life to tracking down, hunting and gathering information on fugitive Nazis so that they could be brought to justice for war crimes and crimes against humanity. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTR1ESBL
June 23, 2006
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (C) returns to his seat following a speech during an unveiling ceremony...
Herzeliya
Israeli PM Olmert returns to his seat following speech during unveiling ceremony for tombstone of famed...
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert (C) returns to his seat following a speech during an unveiling ceremony for the tombstone of famed Nazi hunter, Simon Wiesenthal, at a cemetery in the Israeli city of Herzeliya, June 23, 2006. Wiesenthal dedicated most of his life to tracking down, hunting and gathering information on fugitive Nazis so that they could be brought to justice for war crimes and crimes against humanity. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (ISRAEL)
MIDEAST
RTR1ESBB
June 23, 2006
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert pauses during an unveiling ceremony for the tombstone of famed Nazi...
Herzeliya
Israeli PM Olmert pauses during unveiling ceremony for tombstone of famed Nazi hunter Wiesenthal in Herzeliya...
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert pauses during an unveiling ceremony for the tombstone of famed Nazi hunter, Simon Wiesenthal, at a cemetery in the Israeli city of Herzeliya June 23, 2006. Wiesenthal dedicated most of his life to tracking down, hunting and gathering information on fugitive Nazis so that they could be brought to justice for war crimes and crimes against humanity. REUTERS/David Furst/Pool (ISRAEL)
BOUNTY HUNTER
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July 02, 2003
Bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman sports a black eye during a news
conference July 2, 2003 in Los Angeles,...
Los Angeles, United States of America
BOUNTY HUNTER CHAPMAN SPORTS BLACK EYE DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN LOS
ANGELES.
Bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman sports a black eye during a news
conference July 2, 2003 in Los Angeles, after being held in Mexico on
misdemeanor charges of deprivation of liberty. The bounty hunter was
credited with tracking down fugitive Andrew Luster and apprehending him
in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico last month. Chapman, a born-again Christian,
says he does not believe he broke any Mexican laws, though bounty
hunting is illegal south of the border. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen

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BOUNTY HUNTERS
RTR3JE
July 02, 2003
Bounty hunters Duane "Dog" Chapman, his half-brother Tim and his son
Leland (L-R) speak with reporters...
Los Angeles, United States of America
BOUNTY HUNTERS SPEAK WITH REPORTERS AFTER BEING ALLOWED TO LEAVE
MEXICO.
Bounty hunters Duane "Dog" Chapman, his half-brother Tim and his son
Leland (L-R) speak with reporters during a news conference July 2, 2003
in Los Angeles, after being held in Mexico on misdemeanor charges of
deprivation of liberty. The bounty hunters were credited with tracking
down fugitive Andrew Luster and apprehending him in Puerto Vallarta,
Mexico last month. Duane Chapman, a born-again Christian, says he does
not believe he broke any laws, though bounty hunting is illegal south
of the border. REUTERS/Jim Ruymen

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BOUNTY HUNTER
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July 02, 2003
Duane "Dog" Chapman (L) and his half-brother Tim speak with reporters
during a news conference July...
Los Angeles, United States of America
BOUNTY HUNTER DUANE "DOG" CHAPMAN HOLDS NEWS CONFERENCE IN LOS ANGELES.
Duane "Dog" Chapman (L) and his half-brother Tim speak with reporters
during a news conference July 2, 2003 in Los Angeles, after being held
in Mexico on misdemeanor charges of deprivation of liberty. The bounty
hunters were credited with tracking down fugitive rapist Andrew Luster
and apprehending him in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico last month. REUTERS/Jim
Ruymen

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MEXICO CRIME LUSTER
RTRPJIZ
June 19, 2003
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, also known as Dog Chapman (C), is
seen behind bars with his associates...
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
U.S BOUNTY HUNTER CHAPMAN POSES WITH HIS ASSOCIATES BEHIND BARS.
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, also known as Dog Chapman (C), is
seen behind bars with his associates in police custody after his prey
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and a convicted rapist, was sent back to the U.S to face his term in
prison from the Mexican beach resort of Puerto Vallarta June 19, 2003.
Chapman and his colleagues captured Luster, who jumped a US$1 million
bail, and were on the way to Puerto Vallarta's airport when they were
intercepted by local police and also arrested. They are under
investigation and may be charged of attempted kidnaping. From left to
right are U.S citizens Lelard Chapman, Duane Lee Chapman and Boris
Krueonog. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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CRIME FACTOR
RTRPJIQ
June 19, 2003
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, known as Dog Chapman (2NDR),
poses behind bars with associates...
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
U.S BOUNTY HUNTER CHAPMAN POSES WITH HIS ASSOCIATES BEHIND BARS.
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, known as Dog Chapman (2NDR),
poses behind bars with associates in police custody after their prey
Andrew Luster, fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune, was
sent back to U.S from the Mexican beach resort of Puerto Vallarta, June
19, 2003. Luster was returned in handcuffs to the United States
Thursday, one day after his dramatic capture in Mexico where he was
tackled by Chapman. From left, are: U.S citizens Boris Krueonog, Tim
Chapman (kneeling), Lelard Chapman, Duane Lee Chapman and Jeff Sells.
REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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MEXICO CRIME LUSTER
RTRPJIA
June 19, 2003
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, also known as Dog Chapman, is
seen behind bars in police custody...
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
U.S BOUNTY HUNTER CHAPMAN IS SEEN BEHIND BARS IN POLICE CUSTODY.
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, also known as Dog Chapman, is
seen behind bars in police custody after his prey, Andrew Luster, the
fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune and a convicted
rapist, was sent back to U.S to face his term in prison from the
Mexican beach resort of Puerto Vallarta June 19, 2003. Chapman and his
colleagues captured Luster, who jumped a US$1 million bail, and were on
the way to Puerto Vallarta's airport when they were intercepted by
local police and also arrested. They are under investigation and may be
charged with attempted kidnaping. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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MEXICO CRIME LUSTER
RTRPJHZ
June 19, 2003
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, also known as Dog Chapman, is
seen behind bars in police custody...
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
U.S BOUNTY HUNTER CHAPMAN IS SEEN BEHIND BARS IN POLICE CUSTODY.
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, also known as Dog Chapman, is
seen behind bars in police custody after his prey, Andrew Luster, the
fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune and a convicted
rapist, was sent back to U.S to face his term in prison from the
Mexican beach resort of Puerto Vallarta, June 19, 2003. Chapman and his
colleagues captured Luster, who jumped a US$1 million bail, and were on
the way to Puerto Vallarta's airport when they were intercepted by
local police and also arrested. They are now under investigation and
may be charged with attempted kidnaping. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

DA/GAC
CRIME FACTOR
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June 19, 2003
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist, is shown...
Los Angeles, United States of America
ANDREW LUSTER ARRIVES AT LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist, is shown in custody after his arrival from Mexico
at Los Angeles International Airport, June 19, 2003. Luster was
returned under heavy guard to the United States on Thursday, one day
after his dramatic capture in Mexico where he was tackled by a bounty
hunter. The 39-year-old Luster, who had been on the run since last Jan.
3, was immediately taken to a prison in central California to start
serving the 124-year jail term he was given in absentia for drugging
three women, raping them while they were unconscious and video-taping
his attacks. REUTERS/Nick Ut/POOL

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CRIME FACTOR
RTRPJEJ
June 19, 2003
Authorities escort Andrew Luster (C), the fugitive heir of the Max
Factor cosmetics fortune and convicted...
Los Angeles, United States of America
AUTHORITIES LEAD ANDREW LUSTER AT LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
Authorities escort Andrew Luster (C), the fugitive heir of the Max
Factor cosmetics fortune and convicted rapist, after his arrival from
Mexico at Los Angeles International Airport, June 19, 2003. Luster was
returned under heavy guard to the United States on Thursday, one day
after his dramatic capture in Mexico where he was tackled by a bounty
hunter. The 39-year-old Luster, who had been on the run since last Jan.
3, was immediately taken a prison in central California to start
serving the 124-year jail term he was given in absentia for drugging
three women, raping them while they were unconscious and video-taping
his attacks. REUTERS/Nick Ut/POOL

FP/SV
CRIME FACTOR
RTRPJEA
June 19, 2003
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist, is shown...
Los Angeles, United States of America
ANDREW LUSTER ARRIVES AT LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist, is shown in custody after his arrival from Mexico
at Los Angeles International Airport, June 19, 2003. Luster was
returned under heavy guard to the United States on Thursday, one day
after his dramatic capture in Mexico where he was tackled by a bounty
hunter who wound up in jail as well. The 39-year-old Luster, who had
been on the run since last Jan. 3, was immediately taken to a prison in
central California to start serving the 124-year jail term he was given
in absentia for drugging three women, raping them while they were
unconscious and video-taping his attacks. REUTERS/Nick Ut/POOL

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CRIME FACTOR MEXICO
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June 18, 2003
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, known as Dog Chapman, is seen
behind bars in police custody after...
Mexico City, Mexico
US BOUNTY HUNTER DOG CHAPMAN IS SEEN IN POLICE CUSTODY.
U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, known as Dog Chapman, is seen
behind bars in police custody after he was arrested while attempting to
spirit Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics
fortune and convicted rapist from the Mexican beach resort of Puerto
Vallarta June 18, 2003. Chapman and his colleagues captured Luster, who
jumped a US$1 million bail, and were on the way to Vallarta's airport
when they were intercepted by local police and also arrested.
REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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CRIME FACTOR MEXICO
RTRPHMC
June 18, 2003
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and a convicted rapist, is escorted...
Mexico City, Mexico
US FUGITIVE ANDREW LUSTER IS ESCORTED BY POLICE OFFICER.
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and a convicted rapist, is escorted into a van by Mexican police
officers inside Puerto Vallarta's Police headquarters after he was
arrested in the Mexican beach resort of Puerto Vallarta, June 18, 2003.
Luster, who jumped a US$1 million bail, was arrested after being
apprehended by a U.S. bounty hunter, who was also arrested.
REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

AW/GAC
CRIME FACTOR MEXICO
RTRPHLG
June 18, 2003
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor, is escorted by
Mexican police officers inside Puerto...
Mexico City, Mexico
US FUGITIVE ANDREW LUSTER IS ESCORTED BY POLICE OFFICERS IN PUERTO
VALLARTA.
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor, is escorted by
Mexican police officers inside Puerto Vallarta's Police headquarters
after he was arrested in the Mexican beach resort, June 18, 2003.
Police said U.S. bounty hunter Duane Lee Chapman, also known as "Dog,"
and two of his sons pounced on millionaire Andrew Luster,the fugitive
heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune, convicted for rape in a U.S.
court, as he was being abducted by bounty hunters in the street at 5
a.m. (1000 GMT) in the city of Puerto Vallarta. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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CRIME FACTOR MEXICO
RTRPHJS
June 18, 2003
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist is escorted...
Mexico City, Mexico
US FUGITIVE ANDREW LUSTER IS ESCORTED BY POLICE OFFICER.
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist is escorted into a van by Mexican police officers
inside Puerto Vallarta's Police headquarters after he was arrested in
the Mexican beach resort of Puerto Vallarta June 18, 2003. Luster, who
jumped a US$1 million bail, was arrested after being apprehended by a
US bounty hunter. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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CRIME FACTOR MEXICO
RTRPHJM
June 18, 2003
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist, is escorted...
Mexico City, Mexico
US FUGITIVE ANDREW LUSTER IS ESCORTED BY POLICE OFFICER.
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist, is escorted into a van by Mexican police officers
inside Puerto Vallarta's Police headquarters after he was arrested in
the Mexican beach resort of Puerto Vallarta June 18, 2003. Luster, who
jumped a US$1 million bail, was arrested after being apprehended by a
US bounty hunter. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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CRIME FACTOR MEXICO
RTRPHJ0
June 18, 2003
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist, is escorted...
Mexico City, Mexico
US FUGITIVE ANDREW LUSTER IS ESCORTED BY POLICE OFFICER.
Andrew Luster, the fugitive heir of the Max Factor cosmetics fortune
and convicted rapist, is escorted by a Mexican police officer inside
Puerto Vallarta's Police headquarters after he was arrested in the
Mexican beach resort of Puerto Vallarta June 18, 2003. Luster, who
jumped a US$1 million bail, was arrested after being apprehended by a
US bounty hunter. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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