Skip Hollandsworth

Texas Monthly

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Executive editor for Texas Monthly magazine, and co-author of the screenplay for the 2011 film Bernie

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Here’s a story that’s stranger than fiction… Bernie Tiede, a murderer played by Jack Black a few years ago in the Richard Linklater film  Bernie , has been released from prison.

Releasing Bernie

Here’s a story that’s stranger than fiction… Bernie Tiede, a murderer played by Jack Black a few years ago in the Richard Linklater film Bernie , has been released from prison.

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