After 40 years, the target of famous Indianapolis hostage situation breaks his silence

INDIANAPOLIS — From time to time, Dick Hall says he still pictures Tony Kiritsis’ face.

It would be hard not to, after Kiritsis held him hostage for 63 hours in one of the most famous events in Indianapolis history.

On Feb 8, 1977, Tony Kiritsis entered a mortgage company’s office and wired a sawed-off shotgun to Hall’s head, then paraded him around downtown Indianapolis.

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