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Topic - Benjamin Walker
Pennsylvania criminal defendants won the right to offer expert testimony about the reliability of eyewitness identification in a decision Wednesday by a divided state Supreme Court that overturned a 20-year prohibition against it.
"Abraham Lincoln: THE WHAT?"
The first indication that things might get a little weird at "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" is the sight before the show begins of a large trussed-up, stuffed horse dangling from the balcony.
"I married a man who makes me feel beautiful, all the time," she explains, meaning actor Benjamin Walker ("Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter"), whom she met in "Les liaisons dangereuses" and wed a year ago.
Walker, who's an American history buff, says Lincoln's real-life story parallels that of a superhero character such as Batman _ someone who had "something traumatic happen to him as a young man and then he realizes that he has to focus his life to the good of humanity."