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"It was an intellectual debate, not who shot John," he said.
"What we're trying to do is help people, and it doesn't do any good to go into who shot John."
I guess she was a fanatic in the way the guy who shot John Lennon was.
"He's like that obsessive little creep who shot John Lennon.
You know, nobody likes - likes "Who shot John?"
It was headed by Ernest Higgins who shot John Vane.
Went from being nobody to The Man Who Shot John Lennon.
"That's a lot of who shot John," "This is my playpen," etc.
Winder said, 'Rikers is where they keep that idiot who shot John Lennon.'
"Who shot John?"
Despite attempts by Rutka and Santin to convince Strachey to help find out who shot John, Donald declines the assignment.
Avocado - 26 days ago Sarah Gellar is related to Jodi Fosters ex hubby who shot John Lennon.
Hollis was also one of the three FBI special agents who shot John Dillinger near the Biograph Theater earlier that year, resulting in Dillinger's death.
'It's not that lame, not when you think about the fellow who shot John Lennon and the one who tried to kill Ronald Reagan to impress Jody Foster.
He originated, and was Associate Producer of, the ITV First Tuesday documentary about The Man Who Shot John Lennon.
MARK Chapman was the nerd from hell who shot John Lennon just as he was entering his musical renaissance, born out of contentment at being just another drug-free millionaire house-husband.
Let Me Take You Down: Inside the Mind of Mark David Chapman, the Man Who Shot John Lennon, Jack Jones, ISBN 0-8129-9170-2
That same blurring of the line disturbs Haskell Wexler, a two-time winner of the Oscar for cinematography who shot John Sayles's new independent film, "The Secret of Roan Inish."
A rapid series of flashbacks reveals that he is the man who leads the drug dealers, the man who Jennifer had her affair with, and also the man who shot John and killed Jennifer, cutting himself as seen in the prologue as a form of penance.
"Sleeping In" by The Postal Service has the lyrics "Where there was never any mystery of who shot John F. Kennedy/It was just a man with something to prove/Slightly bored and severely confused/He steadied his rifle with his target in the center/And became famous on that day in November."
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