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Actor Tom Sizemore dead – was 61 years old

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Actor Tom Sizemore has died, The Guardian reports. He was 61 years old.

Since February, Sizemore has been in a coma and in intensive care in hospital after he suffered a brain aneurysm.

On Tuesday, several foreign media reported that Sizemore’s doctors announced that the actor’s life could not be saved.

Sizemore has been in the film business for over 30 years and has had several hundred roles. Among other things, he has played in Michael Mann’s film “Heat” and Steven Spielberg’s “Saving Private Ryan”.

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    This can’t go on, you soon won’t dare to go out even during the day in a public place!!

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    I understand that you can feel worried and scared when you read about various acts of violence in our society.

    We always look at underlying causes to try to give a broader picture of what’s going on than what you get in this quick news reporting.

    It is generally wise to try to look up a little.

    Here, for example, you can read statistics on the development of crime in Sweden last year.

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    You can read more about the case here.

  • How is the little 10-year-old girl who was stabbed in Gothenburg?


    Hello! During the evening, the girl’s condition was assessed as serious but stable, according to the police.

  • What is happening in the Farsta area in Stockholm right now? More police cars and helicopters heading towards Hökarängen/Gubbängen


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