The journalist Gellert Tamas tells about his meetings with the sniper killer, John Ausonius, aka The Laser Man, who shot eleven people in Sweden during the early 90's . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The journalist Gellert Tamas tells about his meetings with the sniper killer, John Ausonius, aka The Laser Man, who shot eleven people in Sweden during the early 90's
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