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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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They could actually hear the hoarse whisperings, the anxious speculations of the worried gangsters as minute after minute ticked by with no sign of their leader. Half-past two boomed, and then a quarter to three. Still they waited alone and leaderless.
A gentle drizzle began to fall, frosting their coats with tiny beads of moisture. The mutterings grew sullen. The Yard men, motionless as statues in the stalls, heard their irritated decision to get ahead with the job and do it themselves.
Five figures, silent as shadows, left the sheltering obscurity of the mews and crawled down into the area. There was a few seconds' silence, and

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