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By this time, however, he was well into his sixties, and a sad shadow of his old athletic self, which became only too evident in 1970 when he had a serious fall from the roof of Stirling county buildings while trying to escape from another court appearance. The only truly effective jailbreak Ramensky ever made was in November, 1972, when he died in Perth Royal Infirmary following a stroke while in Perth Prison. While they cursed him when his escapes dragged them out in all weathers, the police developed a certain affection for "Gentle Johnny". Back in 1962, Detective Superintendent Robert Colquhoun recalled that: "Like most policemen who have come into contact with Ramensky, I find him an engaging character, the kind of man who, applying his brain to another, more acceptable type of occupation, could probably have made good.

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pularity, in 1955, following his marriage to a Glasgow widow, Lily Mulholland, he was given a ten year sentence, but 1958 proved his annus mirabilis, as the blue eyed, boyish looking con broke out of Peterhead three times, on the third occasion vanishing for ten days before he was found near the River Don in Aberdeen. As he left police headquarters in Aberdeen for the van journey back to Peterhead, a cheering crowd of some 200 people mainly women gathered to see him off. Later, on his fifth and final escape from Peterhead, a baffled Scottish Home Department was forced to admit that it was not known whether the elusive Ramensky was inside or outside the jail. In 1967, after a bank blast in Rutherglen blew two patrolling constables on their backs, the incorrigible Ramensky was in the dock again, where he pled guilty to blowing the safe but vehemently refused to plead guilty to assaulting the two Adidas Yeezy 750 Boost Black policemen during arrest. He had never assaulted anyone in his life, he protested, and only the safe blowing charge Adidas Yeezy Original Colors

this newspaper in 1959:"It is undoubted true," wrote Buchan at the time, "that almost all people, regardless of the rights and wrongs of his case, felt some sympathy for the man who detested prison so strongly that he broke out of Scotland's strongest jail five times. "Hutcheon, too, has been captivated by the Ramensky legend, although he wasn't born when Ramensky died: "As I was growing up in Aberdeen, there were all sorts of stories about his exploits," he says, "and from a filmmaker's point of view it's a wonderful tale.

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had been working too hard in pursuing him. Widespread public sympathy with the safe breaker was reflected in at least two songs, one of them, Ramensky Must Go Free, written by the actor Roddy McMillan, while The Ballad of Johnny Ramensky, written to the tune of the old song Jamie Foyers, was published by the late MP and folk song collector Norman Buchan in the pages of Adidas Yeezy 650

"Colquhoun was speaking after his retirement just before which he had received a message of goodwill from Johnny himself, who was once again a guest of Her Majesty and had heard that the policeman was ill. The safe breaker wished the detective a speedy recovery and suggested he Adidas Yeezy Shoes Uk

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