Bombs in New Jersey
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From the LeftCould a Terror Attack Elect Donald Trump?
On the morning of March 11th, 2004, ten bombs exploded during the morning commute at Madrid’s Atocha train station. One hundred and ninety-two people were murdered and over 2,000 injured. Three days later, the government of Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar lost power in an election that swung suddenly to the Socialist Party.
From the RightUPDATED: Bombs in New Jersey, Explosion in New York, Stabbing in Minnesota Mall
This morning, an IED (improvisational explosive device) went off at a Marine Charity 5K event in Seaside Park, New Jersey. Fortunately, no one was hurt. The FBI is now investigating to determine if it was terrorism. Other unexploded devices were found. Some details:
From the LeftEXPLOSION IN MANHATTAN INJURES 29 PEOPLE IN “INTENTIONAL ACT”
Questions lingered Sunday morning after a large blast from what authorities believe was a homemade bomb injured 29 people in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan Saturday night, while a second unexploded device was found just blocks away.