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and for $6 million, maybe he'd shut up

By Diogenes (articles ) | Jan 18, 2006

If you believe everything that you read, then you shouldn't be surprised to hear that Mehmet Ali Agca, freshly released from a Turkish prison, has offered:

Hmmm. I see a common thread here...

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  • Posted by: benedictusoblatus - Jan. 20, 2006 2:08 PM ET USA

    Mehmet Ali Agca is far less dangerous than a mitered heretic in charge of a Catholic diocese.

  • Posted by: - Jan. 19, 2006 12:55 PM ET USA

    This person needs to be in Jail. What is the attempted murderer of the Pope and the killer of a reporter doing free? He is obviously deranged and dangerous. Christ forgives, but he must pay for his crimes on earth and also kept in custody for the protection of society.

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