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Man says he's been mistaken for Frein 20 times, claims he was assaulted
Man says he's been mistaken for Frein 20 times, claims he was assaulted

Five weeks into the search for Eric Frein, Canadensis, Pennsylvania, resident James Tully knows the drill. Stop when a police officer approaches. Show identification. Be cooperative. Tully, 39, who doesn't own a car and must walk 5 miles along heavily wooded Route 447—directly through the search area—twice each day on his way to and from his second-shift job at a metal fabrication plant. He said he's been stopped more than 20 times by officers who thought he might be Frein, the self-styled survivalist and expert marksman suspected of shooting two Pennsylvania state police troopers, killing one. In fact, Tully said, he was stopped seven times in one day. An...

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