JUST THE HITMAN
A journalist arrives at the scene of the aftermath of a car bomb explosion. Later he receives a diary from the same man who reported the explosion before it went off, who now claims he was the one who shot Kennedy. The journalist tries to unfold the truth about this killer gone mad or this mad man turned killer.
COPYRIGHT 1997 ALEX NAPOLI
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EXT. NEW YORK STREET - DAY
The aftermath of a car bomb. There's a crater in the middle of the street. Building windows are shattered. There's glass everywhere.
The burned carcass of a vehicle cut in half lies in the street.
POLICEMEN, FBI AND ATF AGENTS are everywhere.
A curious and stunned CROWD is kept away from the scene.
An ATF AGENT takes photos of something on the ground near a shattered store window. He kneels to look at it.
An FBI AGENT approaches, curious.
The ATF agent picks up a severed and burned hand and places it in a plastic bag.
Journalist receives the diary
of a killer who is about
to strike again.
Diary of a Killer
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