Behold “the Texas Seven,” violent convicts who escaped from Texas’ maximum-security John B. Connally Unit Prison on Dec. 13, 2000. You thought “Have a nice day” (with racist drawing) was an odd note to leave behind? The Texas Seven’s missive was far more ominous: “You haven’t heard the last of us yet.”
A fugitive can become a folk hero — or a desperate criminal whose acts become more terrifying the higher the stakes become. Sometimes, they can be both at once. Here, we present five different cases of men who managed to elude the law for years, even decades, before finally facing justice ... or not.
A 47-year-old man named David Burgert is the focus of a federal manhunt in Montana after he initiated a gunfight with Missoula County sheriff's deputies on Sunday, and then fled into the Lolo National Forest.
Not only do we now know that NBC's Heroes will continue for a fourth season, but we also know what the name of that season's first "volume" will be... but who does it refer to?
They've gone from "Genesis," through "Generations," but for the second half of their third season, NBC's Heroes are going to go from being "Villains" to being "Fugitives." Or, at least, that's what show creator Tim Kring let slip while talking at the Edinburgh TV Festival this weekend.According to Kring, the…