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  • When he hears of the gunfight in Moscow, Meachum writes, "Swagger, at 67, was still very, very good. He could not be taken by run-of-the-mill criminal gunmen. He was too smart, too swift, too calm in action, too determined. Moscow had hardened him while confirming his suspicions, and he could move more directly to the target, which was, alas, me."

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