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Here's the first-person story of a talented artist who freelanced as an assassin. If this sounds somewhat like Gong Show host Chuck Barris's "unauthorized autobiography," Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, there's good reason. According to Billy Selesnick, he worked with Barris. Not only did they ply their deadly trade in the '60s, when George Clooney decided to do the movie version of Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Barris sent him to meet Billy Selesnick, as an example of a real-deal hitman. Aside from that, Billy Selesnick's life has been a fascinating journey of art, sex, drugs, political activism, and breathless travels around the world.