He has said that he was part of a vast conspiracy. He has said that there was no conspiracy. He has said that there was a conspiracy against him. He has offered (for $5 million) to expose the conspiracy.
In the past he has also claimed to be the Messiah and according to recent media reports has said he would proclaim the end of the world, raising questions about his mental health.
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Posted by: patriot6908 -
Jan. 13, 2010 3:13 PM ET USA
Surely with the upcoming relaxed immigration standards proposed here this man has a future as Democratic Party congressman or senator. Considering some of the statements that issue regularly from those groups, Mehmet Ali Agca might be considered a rather moderate and sane breath of fresh air.