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Topic - John Mctiernan
"Die Hard" director John McTiernan is free from federal prison in South Dakota. He served most of a one-year sentence for lying about his association with a private investigator to illegally wiretap a movie producer.
An appeals court has upheld a judgment that "Die Hard" director John McTiernan serve a year in prison for lying about discussing illegally wiretapping a movie producer.
Federal prosecutors want a yearlong prison sentence for "Die Hard" director John McTiernan for lying during a Hollywood wiretapping investigation of private investigator Anthony Pellicano.
"Die Hard" director John McTiernan pleaded guilty Monday to lying to FBI agents and a judge during the investigation of Hollywood private investigator Anthony Pellicano in a wiretapping case.
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McTiernan argued the judge erred in denying a motion to suppress a recording in which he and private investigator Anthony Pellicano talked about wiretapping producer Charles Roven.