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Today in Crime History: Typhoid Mary is Freed

Bowing to public pressure, New York City’s Health Department told Mary Mallon that she could be free if she returned for periodic examinations and did not work as a cook. She agreed and on February 20, 1910, was released and soon disappeared to continue her spread of typhoid in New York.

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