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Old 02-09-2012, 11:20 PM   #1
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Question Who really shot John Lennon

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Originally Posted by wakeupworld View Post

Like many of us here I remember vividly the day John Lennon died, and of course back in those days I believed everything I saw and heard on the news.

For nearly 3 decades during my pre-Icke days one said Mark Chapman a loner, a crazed man and also a massive Beatle fan was reading the book "Catcher On the Rye" and we are told shot and killed John Lennon.

I still remember the picture of Lennon signing an autograph for Chapman a few hours before the fatal shooting.

If to say the least JFK`s assasionation was not what it seemed via media reports at the time then maybe the killing of a John Lennon may not be as it seems.

The link of the crime report and other links make me believe something quite not right when the doorman at the Dakota buildings on the night was trained hitman.

Apologies if this has been discussed before but not read anything on this for a long time.
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