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New Details Concerning the Man Who Shot George Wallace

The man who tried to assassinate George Wallace is scheduled to be released from a Maryland prison later this year.

57 year old Arthur Bremer gunned down Wallace in a Maryland shopping center in May of 1972.

After being convicted, he has spent the last 35 years in the Maryland Correctional Institute-Hagerstown.

He was sentenced to 53 years in prison...but case management specialists say Bremer has accumulated enough credits for work and good behavior to be released December 16th.

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