From Emily Assiran’s article for the New York Observer:

Armed and dangerous men and women serve as prey for the U.S. Marshals Service, and Brian Finke was given intimate access to document the training and thrills of life as a U.S. Marshal. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, there are over 6,500 fugitives on the run, and the men and women of the U.S. Marshals service are tasked with breaking down doors, jumping fences and doing is whatever necessary to bring them in. We spoke with Finke and Deputy U.S. Marshal Cameron Welch about the series, captured in a new book, and what it means to chase a fugitive.

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