Synopsis by Hal Erickson
District attorney Walter Pidgeon pursues the conviction of criminals so diligently that word has gone out in the state prison to "get" Pidgeon at the first opportunity. The DA has several enemies on the outside as well, one of whom frames him on a bribery charge. Pidgeon is sentenced to the prison where he has sent so many miscreants in the past. Dodging attempts on his own life, Pidgeon makes several valuable convict friends and manages to clear himself during a climactic jailbreak. 6,000 Enemies runs only 61 minutes--an average of about 100 enemies per minute.
embezzlement, ancient, artifact, bad-guy, bribery, civilization, convict, criminal, detective, District-Attorney, enemy, escape, evidence, false-accusation, farming, good-guy, imprisonment, inmate, lawyer, man, plans, prison, prosecutor, pyramid, theory