The five hit men
involved in Zulkarnaen's killing have each been sentenced to between 17 and 18 years in jail.
Brendan Gleeson, left, and Colin Farrell are hit men
who find something to laugh about after botching a hit and being ordered to Belgium by their boss.
Perkins: Well, really, over the past 30 to 40 years, we Economic Hit Men
have created the largest global empire in the history of the world.
Why, they will ask, is the federal government paying to secure the "consulting" services of flim-flam men, unreconstructed hit men
and puckish hackers when burglars, second-story men and lowlifes who specialize in knocking over liquor stores have to earn their daily bread through grubby, downscale crime?
When she received word last April that three notorious hit men
were in Apartado on a mission to kill her, a letter-writing campaign launched by the Colombia Sup port Network via the Internet seemed to produce results--Cuartas wasn't harmed and violence declined for a while.
Economic hit men
," Perkins writes, "are highly paid professionals who cheat countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars.
A brother's disappearance prompts Alex to search Florida for his return, involving a survey of possible hit men
, NASCAR racing, and boating alike.
Microscopic hit men
roam the blood of humans and other animals.
Dead Dogs Lie - Drama about a trio of hit men
who have never met but are placed together through a road trip down the East Coast.
Duterte and that the then mayor paid him and other hit men
for the killings.
While taking part in these illegal activities, hit men
are often victimized by their unscrupulous employers.
For more than 20 years, FBI headquarters in Washington knew that its Boston agents were using hit men
and mob leaders as informants and shielding them from prosecution for serious crimes including murder," reported the AP on July 28th.
Matobato testified that he, along with other DDS hit men
, killed Makdum, a Pakistani suspected of being a terrorist.
Then check out Don Siegel's 1964 remake of the classic 1946 version of Ernest Hemingway's story, directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Burt Lancaster as a man awaiting his fate at the hands of hit men
So, while running for his life from gun-wielding (and, remember, Harvard) teammates, sub-Tarantino hit men
and equally ruthless FBI agents, Alan can't stop seeing faces mutate (not exactly what most bad trips are really like) and hearing a constant crescendo of inner brain noise (pretty accurately evoked).