A condition in which a person, generally a police or sheriff's officer, refuses to sit in anywhere other than the back row at an amphitheater or movie theatre due to a fear of being ambushed and shot in the back of the head.
"I can't sit in any row other then the back row, I have Abraham Lincoln Syndrome because I have too many enemies who may shoot me in the head without my permission."
от Johnny Booth Jr. 28 ноември 2012

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