Barefoot Bandit's final court appearance

The young man known as the 'Barefoot Bandit' pleaded guilty to burglary Wednesday in a Washington county court, perhaps closing the lengthy saga involving a run from the law in stolen cars, boats and airplanes.

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defense lawyer John Henry Browne said Harris-Moore had passed his high school equivalency General Educational Development tests with only three weeks of study. "If you can fly an airplane by a manual," the judge said, "I guess you can pass a GED in three weeks."
Photo by Ted S. Warren
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