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Lessons From a Kidnapping Gone Wrong

Scott Stewart
VP of Tactical Analysis, Stratfor
Feb 15, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
Joseph Corbett killed Adolph Coors III in 1960 during a botched kidnapping for ransom.

Though Adolph Coors III had reportedly spotted a canary yellow Mercury lurking near his house, he nevertheless stopped when he saw the same car apparently experiencing mechanical failure on a nearby bridge. The breakdown was part of a ploy to kidnap Coors.

(Federal Bureau of Investigation/flickr)

The deadly botched kidnapping of Adolph Coors III more than 50 years ago offers valuable lessons for personal security....

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