FBI seizes John Lennon's fingerprints in NYC

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October 7, 2010 23:39

 
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NEW YORK — The FBI seized a set of John Lennon's fingerprints from a Manhattan memorabilia shop on Wednesday.

US agents removed the item from the store, called Gotta Have It!

The New York Times said the signed fingerprint card was made at a police station on May 8, 1976. It bears the name John Winston Ono Lennon. At the time, Lennon was applying for citizenship.

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