MUSLIM ASSASSIN who shot Pope John Paul II set free from Turkish jail

And he says he wants to go back to Rome again (to try his luck on this Pope?)

After spending nearly 30 years behind bars, the Turkish man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981 has been released from prison. Mehmet Ali Agca was pardoned 11 years ago in Italy and then extradited to Turkey to serve sentences for murder and armed robbery committed there.

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