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- n. Alternative spelling of terrorizer.
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He was hanged a month later, before a crowd that included John Wilkes Booth, who later wrote of the "terroriser" with a mix of contempt and awe.
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Hunter Valley campsite terroriser caught A MAN has been charged after allegedly terrorising and assaulting people at a Hunter Valley camping ground over the Anzac Day long weekend.
The descendants of Wild West Sheriff Pat Garrett, the lawman who shot the Kid, have launched a protest over the move calling the outlaw a "thief, terroriser and cop killer."
But Garrett's grandson JP Garrett, who still lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, said: I don't believe a thief, a liar, a terroriser of the ordinary people and a multiple cop killer should ever be granted a pardon, period.
Directed by Edward Dmytryk and seen from the perspective of the tortured terroriser, it's surprisingly polemical in that it urges for recognition, compassion and treatment.
Roger Ebert is clearly still processing Lars Von Trier's latest crowd-terroriser initial assessment: Whether this is a bad, good or great film is entirely beside the point.