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Curb your Enthusiasm

The show that saved someone’s life.

What’s your favourite TV show? Curb your Enthusiasm is popular all over the world. But more than that, it saved one man’s life!

In 2003, Juan Catalan was arrested and charged with murder. He was accused of shooting a young woman in front of her San Fernando Valley home on 12th May. According to witnesses, a black car had been circling the area starting at about 10:02 p.m. Four teens in the area said that a man (who did not fit Juan’s description) jumped out of the car some time before 11 pm and shot the woman. One eyewitness claimed Juan was the gunman.

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