Director John McTiernan has been released after serving nearly a year in a minimum security federal prison for his role in the Anthony Pellicano wiretapping scandal. Meanwhile, after the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals denied McTiernan’s appeal of his ... FULL ARTICLE AT Variety
John McTiernan has signed to direct Hannibal Classics’ action project “Red Squad” following his expected release in April from federal prison in North Dakota. McTiernan — whose credits include “Die Hard,” “Predator” and “The Hunt for Red October” — in April 2013 ... FULL ARTICLE AT Variety
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Anthony Pellicano (born March 22, 1944, in Chicago, Illinois) is a former high-profile Los Angeles private investigator who recently served a sentence of three and a half years in federal prison for illegal possession of explosives, firearms and homemade grenades, and who was arrested on February 4, 2006, on unlawful wiretapping and racketeering charges.
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