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PHOTOS: FBI's TEN MOST WANTED

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The FBI constantly keeps a list of the ten most wanted fugitives in the country The FBI constantly keeps a list of the ten most wanted fugitives in the country
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For over 60 years, the FBI has been keeping of list of their most wanted fugitives. The list began back in 1950 when Thomas Holden was the first fugitive to be placed on the FBI's newly created "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives" list. Holden was arrested just over a year after receiving the distinct honor.

Since then, the likes of James Earl Ray, James "Whitey" Bulger, Ted Bundy, and Osama bin Laden have been on the list.

To view the latest wanted fugitives currently on the list, and why they are there, click through the slideshow.

The FBI is offering rewards to anyone who knows anything that can lead to the arrest of these men.
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