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Marshals always get their man, but in Massachusetts last month alone they dragged from swamps and other sordid hideaways an astonishing 558 wanted criminals on 910 warrants - 51 of them fugitive sex offenders."Simply put, we're out there putting bad people in jail," said Timothy Hughes, a senior inspector and congressional aide.Now in its fifth year, Operation FALCON, in partnership with 100 of the service's officer comrades in local, state and federal law enforcement - most notably, the Boston Police Department - were even aided in taking down one pervert by deputies-for-a-day John and Magi Bish.The Warren couple's daughter Molly Bish was 16 when she was kidnapped from her lifeguard post at a local pond on June 27, 2000, and murdered.

Nine years later, her killer is still at-large."Whether it's realistic or fair, parents look to you to find their children," John Bish told a multi-agency gathering at the U.S.

Marshals' South Boston offices.

"God bless you for your work."Magi Bish tearfully recalled her family's three-year search for Molly, which ultimately yielded a piece of her bathing suit and 26 of her 206 bones."Before we said goodbye to Molly, we held her skull.

Her limbs could not be connected," she said.Magi Bish said she is "in awe of the FALCON project," on whose behalf she and her husband hit the road at 4:30 one morning to arrest a sex offender living in a Haverhill shelter opposite a second shelter housing women and children.FALCON commander Jeff Bohn said fugitives were flushed out from "behind insulation" and in an apartment barricaded with metal pipes and two-by-fours.

One brazen Bloods gang member posted a video of himself rapping about snitches on YouTube.Stacie Rumenap, president of Washington-based Stop Child Predators, said there are 20,000 registered sex offenders in the Bay State, and at any given time 5,000 of them cannot be accounted for.Incredibly, when FALCON is not in flight, the U.S.

Marshals in Boston have only two senior inspectors to hunt down sex offenders statewide.FALCON took 11 firearms off the street, sometimes just by wearing out shoe leather."Sometimes we get lucky," FALCON chief Bohn said.

"It comes down to investigative skills, modern technology, surveillance and talking to neighbors."Said David Taylor, acting chief U.S.

Marshal for the District of Massachusetts, "When you come together, you get results."
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