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Man Who Tried to Kill Pope John Paul II Puts Roses on His Tomb

By Clip Syndicate
The man who tried to kill former Pope John Paul II 33 years ago showed up at the Vatican on Saturday to put white roses on his tomb and said he wanted to meet Pope Francis. Mehmet Ali Agca, a Turk, left John Paul critically injured after firing several shots in the failed assassination attempt in St. Agca called the Italian daily la Repubblica on Saturday to announce he had arrived in the Vatican. This was his first visit since the assassination attempt, and exactly 31 years after John Paul met him in prison.








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