Catch Me if You Can: The True Story of a Real Fake - Chapter 5, "A Law Degree Is Just an Illegal Technicality" Summary & Analysis

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Frank's hospital job ends at the same time as his lease expires and he decides it is time to leave Atlanta. Frank later learns that FBI Inspector Sean O'Riley was at this time concentrating solely on Frank's case, so Frank congratulates himself for his decision to keep moving. He heads to another southern state to visit an airline stewardess he met at the airport in Atlanta. He had given her the name Robert F. Conrad, a Pan Am first officer, and had further told her that he has a Harvard law degree. Diane remembers him fondly, and recalls his law degree as well. She introduces him to Jason Wilcox, an assistant state attorney. Wilcox is interested to learn that Frank has been furloughed from Pan...

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