Newsweek, “Oscar López Rivera: Terrorist to Some, Hero to Others”

At 1:22 p.m., as Connor and his colleagues were finishing lunch, a bomb consisting of five sticks of dynamite stuffed into a duffel bag tore through the restaurant, The New York Times reported that victims “were hurled from their tables in a confusion of screams and flying debris.”  It was the most deadly bombing in New York in 55 years (in 1920, an anarchist killed 38 on Wall Street). Of the four people killed, one was decapitated by the force of the blast.

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