this day in crime history: september 28, 1973

On this date in 1973, a bomb was detonated at the IT&T building in New York.  The device was placed in the company’s Latin American section.  It caused extensive damage to several offices, but no one was killed or injured.  Another bomb was detonated that day at IT&T’s Rome headquarters.  The Weather Undergound took responsibility for the bombings, which they claimed were in retaliation for the company’s role in the coup that took place in Chile earlier that month.

Further reading:

Wikipedia – List of Weatherman actions

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5 thoughts on “this day in crime history: september 28, 1973

  1. John D.: The Weather Underground…man, I HATE those people.
    Ayers and Dorhn (maried each oth4er I believe) are the worst, for they made out the best as far as “financial success” goes.
    And as evidenced over the last 8 years, they are buddies with the outgoing president (and pretty much all leftists)…sometimes, there simply is NO real justice…and sometimes there is only “just us”.

    Good call.

    Stay safe out there.

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