J.C. Fast, Jr. story in Ogden Standard-Examiner (Utah) 30 July 1937

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J.C. Fast, Jr. story in Ogden Standard-Examiner (Utah) 30 July 1937 - Jackson:) A Washington arrest his U. S. Moffitt...
Jackson:) A Washington arrest his U. S. Moffitt which second officers, passing in he supply had in disclosed Killing. Climaxes Grudge of Man "Who Walks 1,000 Miles" MUSKOGEE," Okla., July 30.-(UP) -- J. ' C. Fast, Jr., who said had "gone to sleep and walked a thousand miles for the last five years to keep, from -killing the man," today was held for the death of L. W. McLean, 51, who was shot to death in his banking office. County Attorney A. Camp Bonds questioned Fast for several hours after the 30-year-old slayer ^strode. from "the~ · banker's of flee " wi'th pistol' in 'his r hand. Bonds said a murder charge would be filed today. Bonds said Fast told of wanting to kill McLean "ever since 'he turned me down on that loan in 1930 to go to Texas." He told officials he borrowed the pistol from a friend. Customers and employes of the bank fled when Fast began shooting at McLean :n the climax to the seven-year grudge. automobile for and · for To

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 30 Jul 1937, Fri,
  3. Page 17

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