When you think of it that way but adds to the illusion of "a fan club" for that kind of idology. I respect that kind of opinion while not adding the the frenzy of idiolizing a man who had taken part in protecting a mass murderer. I never read his book. Maybe I am speaking out of class. Was he a part of his downfall or did he protect a maniac? If he was a part of the downfall my apologies to all. The breif news article did not indicate? Someone more knowledgable then me please respond?
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