Why wasn’t the Air India terrorist attack prevented?
By Phil GurskiJul. 9, 2018
In the end, the terrorists were successful and the blame for this lies with CSIS, the RCMP, and others. Simply stated, we did not perform our duties well enough and many people died. There is no excuse for this and I cannot offer anything more than context.
The Air India Flight was bombed at 31,000 feet in Irish airspace and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean. Irish Naval Service pictured recovering bodies from the Air India Flight 182 disaster. Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia
OTTAWA—A week ago, a relatively small crowd in Vancouver’s Stanley Park commemorated the single greatest terrorist attack in history (as determined by deaths) prior to 9/11.
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