Outlaw Jack

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Outlaw Jack Internet Game - Play Free Wild West Games Online

Outlaw Jack is a well known guy in the Wild West and just every other good hero the evil sheriff is after him. Your mission is to help Jack find Aztec's treasure before the bad guys! Have Fun!

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What is an Outlaw

According to WikiPedia an outlaw is a person who has broken the law, especially one who remains at large or is a fugitive. In historical legal systems, an outlaw is declared as outside the protection of the law. In pre-modern societies, the criminal is withdrawn all legal protection, so that anyone is legally empowered to persecute or kill them. Outlawry was thus one of the harshest penalties in the legal system. In the United States, where outlaws were popular subjects of newspaper coverage and stories in the 19th century, and 20th century fiction and Western movies. Thus, "outlaw" is still commonly used to mean those violating the law or, by extension, those living that lifestyle, whether actual criminals evading the law or those merely opposed to "law-and-order" notions of conformity and authority.

How common is the name Jack?

According to WikiPedia in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2013, Jack was the most common boy's name in Australia. According to the United States Census "Jack" is an uncommon American name. In English Jack is traditionally used as the diminutive form of John, though it is now also a proper name in its own right. Jack is thought to hark back to Medieval times as a common derivative of the name John. In recent years (most notably since 2003), the nickname Jack (for the more formal John and, to a lesser extent, for Jacob) has become increasingly used as the actual formal name (i.e., baptismal name rather than a nickname) for boys in England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, the United States, and Wales.

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