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Terrorism and crimes by civilized countries

Reader comment on item: It's Not Road Rage, It's Terrorism

Submitted by Misha (Canada), Dec 10, 2012 at 11:19

Auckland, New Zealand on July 10, 1985 .

The DGSE (branch of France's intelligence services) attacks by bombing a yacht owned by Greenpeace (Rainbow Warrior), Fernando Pereira, a Portuguese photographer was killed.

The agents responsible plead guilty to manslaughter and were sentenced to ten years in prison, BUT secretly released early to France under an agreement between the two terrorist governments of France and New Zealand.

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