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Former Death Row Records V.P. John Atterberry Dies From Gunshot Wounds Suffered After Madman, Goes On Shooting Rampage In Hollywood (Video)

Record executive John Atterberry died Monday (December 12) three days after suffering gunshot wounds when a deranged man went on a shooting rampage in Hollywood, California.

Atterberry, 40, was walking out of a Bank of America at Sunset Blvd and Vine when 26-year old Tyler Brehm walked up to him and shot him in the face and chest. Brehm then walked into the middle of the street and started shooting indiscriminately at cars passing by.

Brehm was shot dead by two plainclothes police officers shortly after shooting Atterberry, who was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles where he clung to life for 72 hours before passing away Monday.

John Atterberry (2nd left) with Gavin Rossdale (3rd left), Gwen Stefani (center) and Diddy (second right)

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