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Lawyer Says Film '15:17 To Paris' Would Prejudice Train Attack Jury

The Clint Eastwood film depicts three American tourists, played by themselves, who in 2015 subdued a Kalashnikov-wielding attacker aboard a high-speed train from Amsterdam to Paris.

A lawyer for the accused gunman in a 2015 terrorist attack aboard a Paris-bound train is asking to halt the release of a new Clint Eastwood film depicting how three American tourists

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