Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Bombings Not So Rare in NYC Over Last 100 Years

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Times Square bombing recruitment center
The Times Square and Consulate Bombings
In 2008, a man on a bicycle rode up to the recruitment station in Times Square, placed a small bomb, and biked away. No one was injured, but the blast shattered the door and window of the center. The bomber has never been caught. Some investigators think the incident may be related to two other earlier incidents: one in 2005, in which a man on a bicycle threw a grenade at the British consulate, and another at the Mexican consulate in 2007. [photo]

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