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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris Miller)
Subject: Re: Warning: Bogus Bomb Threats.
Date: Sat, 08 Jul 1995 22:45:12 -0700 (PDT)
Organization: Lightside, Inc.
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email@example.com (Bazemore Jonathan R) wrote:
Here's the posting of the full AP wire on the 1988 bombing, to quell
Marin & Sidaways incessant whimpering, and for their perverted
Copyright, 1988. The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
"PARIS (AP) The Black War terrorist organization claimed
responsibility Tuesday for a nursery school bombing that caused
extensive damage but no casualties.
"It was the second bomb attack claimed by the group in less than a
week. The bomb exploded at the Wake Up School in eastern Paris at
about 6 am. Monday.
"A half hour later there was an exposion at a morgue, but leaflets at
the scene carried the name of the Committee of International
Revolutionary Solidarity. The leaflets gave no reason for the attack.
Police said that the group was responsible for a series of terrorist
attacks between 1970 and 1977. The newspaper Le Monde reported police
believe there is a link between Black War and the Committee of
International Revolutionary Solidarity.
"In a letter received Tuesday by the Agence France Presse news agency,
Black War said the school bombing was to protest the institutions
connection to the Church of Scientology and to protest the policies of
Premier Jacques Chirac in New Caledonia, a French Island territory in
the Pacific. France has been resisting demands by some New
Caledonians for independence.
"The Black War letter said Chirac's policies "will soon push the land
to civil war."
"The Wake Up School, which has 138 students and 12 teachers, was empty
at the time of the expolsion.
"Black War also claimed responsibility for the bombing Friday of the
National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies, which has been
conducting polls for the presidential election. In a statement
following that attack, Black War called the polls "a rape of the
"Police say Black War has carried out six bombings since 1985 all
aimed at political organizations ir (sic) corporations. The latest
explosions coincide with a series of trials of alleged members Direct
Action which had been France's most active left wing terrorist group."