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38 Years A Fugitive : I Beat the System
by E. D. Paull




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Paull lived as a federal fugitive for 38 years, "beating the system" for half his life. He used his skills, luck and talents to navigate the twists and turns of an adventurous life that most people can only dream about. This is Paull's remarkable story--a story of a smuggler by trade, sprinkled with sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll and reggae.

In the middle of it all, he coached amateur boxing from 1988-2001, formed and served on the board of the Caribbean Boxing Federation and held the "Jamaica National Boxing Forum," in December 1999. On the run, he lived life to the fullest, while his travels took him from New Jersey to Philly, California to Vietnam, Canada, and Jamaica.

Though he lived an unconventional life, his contributions to society included serving in the Army during the Vietnam War, working on programs to help Vietnam vets, and various writings, which have appeared in Connecticut Cruise News, Born to Ride magazine, and Go For a Ride magazine.

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Overview

Paull lived as a federal fugitive for 38 years, "beating the system" for half his life. He used his skills, luck and talents to navigate the twists and turns of an adventurous life that most people can only dream about. This is Paull's remarkable story--a story of a smuggler by trade, sprinkled with sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll and reggae.

In the middle of it all, he coached amateur boxing from 1988-2001, formed and served on the board of the Caribbean Boxing Federation and held the "Jamaica National Boxing Forum," in December 1999. On the run, he lived life to the fullest, while his travels took him from New Jersey to Philly, California to Vietnam, Canada, and Jamaica.

Though he lived an unconventional life, his contributions to society included serving in the Army during the Vietnam War, working on programs to help Vietnam vets, and various writings, which have appeared in Connecticut Cruise News, Born to Ride magazine, and Go For a Ride magazine.



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  • ISBN-13: 9780692786949
  • ISBN-10: 0692786945
  • Publisher: Jamroc
  • Publish Date: October 2016
  • Page Count: 328
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.51 x 0.69 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.84 pounds


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