Talk:Thomas Dillon

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Who did what now?[edit]

"After attempting to sell Dillon's story to Hollywood, Jean Paxton, Jamie Paxton's mother, and Ohio Senator Bob Nigh passed the Paxton Bill, which barred killers or their relatives from profiting from their crimes." So... Jean Paxton and Senator Bob Nigh first attempted to sell Dillon's story to Hollywood, and then they passed the Paxton Bill? I'm going to guess that's not actually how it went down, but that's what the article says right now. I'm not familiar with the events at all, so I don't want to make things worse by jumping in, but this looks like something that could use a bit of attention. -- 85.76.18.89 (talk) 18:40, 30 June 2013 (UTC)

It was Dillons wife who tried to sell the story to Hollywood, Changed sentence to explain better.TacfuJecan (talk) 05:15, 2 July 2013 (UTC)

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