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Statement by Hunter Thompson’s family

Statement released by Hunter S. Thompson’s wife, Anita, and son, Juan, to the Aspen Daily News:

“On Feb. 20, Dr. Hunter S. Thompson took his life with a gunshot to the head at his fortified compound in Woody Creek, Colorado. The family will provide more information about memorial service and media contacts shortly. Hunter prized his privacy and we ask that his friends and admirers respect that privacy as well as that of his family. He stomped terra.”


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