Looks like Matthew Vaughn and his production shingle, MARV, are enjoying throwing their weight around a little bit. Riding high on the success of this year's Kingsman: The Secret Service, production on that film's sequel has made a decision that is forcing Lionsgate to change its plans for Robin Hood: Origins. Show More Summary
20th Century Fox is staying in the Matthew Vaughn business. The studio is already working with him on a sequel to his R-rated hit Kingsman: The Secret Service, and now it’s just acquired the sci-fi spec script Ascension as a possible vehicle for Vaughn. Show More Summary
As many readers no doubt have heard, Jerry Parr, the U.S. Secret Service agent who helped save Ronald Reagan from an assassin’s bullets, passed away last Friday, at age 85, from congestive heart failure. As the head of the Presidential Protective Detail, Parr was at Reagan’s elbow when John Hinckley, Jr. Show More Summary
Jerry Parr, the Secret Service agent who saved President Ronald Reagan’s life, had died. Parr was in charge of the security detail during the 1981 assassination attempt of the president in 1981. He was 85. Carolyn Parr, the wife of Jerry Parr, told the media that the retired secret service agent died on Friday while... Show More Summary
Jerry Parr, the Secret Service agent whose quick action saved President Reagan's life after he was shot by John Hinckley in 1981, died Oct. 9 at the age of 85. Here is a tribute I wrote to him in the wake of a Secret Service scandalShow More Summary
Retired Secret Service Agent Jerry Parr, whose quick thinking saved President Ronald Reagan’s life during an assassination attempt in 1981, died. He was 85. Jerry Parr, a Secret Service agent, was assigned to close proximity protection detail of President Ronald Reagan. Show More Summary
Parr was the agent who made the decision to head to the hospital instead of back to the White House after Reagan was shot. Parr was 85 years old.
The Secret Service agent credited with saving President Ronald Reagan’s life on the day he was shot outside a Washington hotel has died.
Parr passed away "surrounded by loved ones" near his home in Washington, D.C. on Friday, according to a statement posted on his website. Parr became one of the most famous Secret Service agents in history when he pushed Reagan to safety after a young gunman, John Hinckley Jr., opened fire on the president outside a hotel in Washington on March 30, 1981.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Secret Service agent credited with saving President Ronald Reagan's life on the day he was shot outside a Washington hotel has died. The retired agent, Jerry Parr of Washington, District of Columbia, died Friday...Show More Summary
His quick thinking amid an assassination attempt was credited with saving the president’s life.
Jerry S. Parr, the quick-thinking and fast-moving Secret Service agent who was credited with saving the life of President Ronald Reagan after the 1981 assassination attempt, died Oct. 9 at a hospice center near his home in Washington. He was 85. Read full article >>
Mr. Parr was just feet away from the president when John W. Hinckley Jr. opened fire on March 30, 1981.
Jerry Parr, the Secret Service agent who shoved President Reagan into the back of the presidential limousine and ordered the car to the hospital during the 1981 assassination attempt, died Friday at a hospice in Washington. He was 85. The cause was congestive heart failure, said his wife, Carolyn....
A local man was cited by U.S. Park Police and the Secret Service after he flew a drone near the White House. Park Police say the incident is the ninth time an unmanned drone has been flown in the Washington area this year.
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The revelation that Secret Service personnel accessed a confidential internal file regarding sitting House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) and spread its contents around for the purpose of vindictively discrediting him is stunning. If you had told me that four or five Secret Service agents had done something like this, knowing […]
Until Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AK) gets answers about the Secret Service's snooping into his colleague Jason Chaffetz's personal information, President...
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