The Jackal of the film is fictional, but Carlos "The Jackal", a Palestinian/South American hit man/ Terrorist is serving 90years in a French jail. Responsible for over 69 murders in the seventies and eighties.
Sure thing he was Carlos the jackal Menes. not sure of the spelling of last name
Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, aka Carlos the Jackall sentenced to life in prison in 1997
Hubby says no he wasn't.
CHArles CALthrop, according to Frederick Forsyth
The fictional character from the book 'Day of the Jackal' by Frederick Forsyth inspired the nickname 'Jackal' for terrorist Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, 'Carlos the Jackal'.
It's said that the movie "The Day of the Jackal" was based on truth, but they still say "it's said,...etc"
for info on the movie, though, try link:
No it was a film character.
When the Jackal meets the weapons supplier in Genoa, there is a picture of John F. Kennedy on the cover of an Italian magazine reporting on President Kennedy's recent visit to Europe. The scene is set on 2 August 1963.
The publication of the novel "The Day of the Jackal" and the releasing of the film two years later caused the Public Records Office and Passport Office in London to tighten up their rules to avoid (or at least lessen the chances of) anyone using the identity of a dead person.
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