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Murders, drug dealers, bank robbers or jail escapees. The stories are different, but the motive is always the same: to stay out of prison. See what pushed these fugitives to their crimes, how they changed their identities, evaded the law and - almost - got away with it.
Peter Gibbs is a career criminal who is constantly lured to the dark side after every prison release, despite vowing to go straight. After a string of robberies catches up to him, he faces decades behind bars but refuses to go down without a fight.
Albert Paul is Maine's most notorious escape artist who's drawn to a life of crime. Shortly after making parole, he's arrested for murder and spends the next couple of decades pulling off daring prison breaks only to get captured after every attempt.
After getting handed a stiff sentence for robbery, Robert Nielsen escapes prisons and lives under the radar with his family, but they cannot shield the young fugitive from the challenges of being on the run.
Deeply in debt after suffering a serious injury, Jaime Jones dons a disguise and robs banks to pay off his debts and take care of his family.
After a botched robbery, Darryl Norris faces murder charges and a long prison sentence. He pulls off a brilliant escape through the ceiling of his cell and plans to flee the country. But authorities are determined to find him and lock him up for good.
After Andrew Heim's prison buddy finds a way to tunnel out of the prison, he escapes along with five other inmates, and they are dubbed The Pittsburgh Six. Their 1997 escape from Western Penitentiary in Pennsylvania is detailed.
Desperate for their next high, Michael Kidd, Kevin Crandall and Marcus Thompson break into upscale homes on Halloween night in search of money, then their crime spree ends in a terrifying hostage situation.
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