Duo climb down 200-foot rope in Chicago high-rise prison escape12/19/2012
In a prison break straight out of a Hollywood blockbuster, two convicted bank robbers escaped a high-rise jail in Chicago using a 200-foot makeshift rope. Joseph "Jose" Banks and Kenneth Conley, who the FBI say should be considered armed and dangerous, are thought to have escaped sometime between 5 A.M. and 8.45 A.M. on Tuesday by scaling down 20 stories from their cell in the Metropolitan Correctional Center. The men had squeezed out a window only six inches wide before climbing down a rope "possibly made of bed sheets." Both men are still on the run. [Source]
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