1.  On September 16, 1920, TNT in a horse-drawn wagon exploded on Wall Street and killed 35; the identity of the culprit(s) was never conclusively determined.

2.  On May 21, 1856, a group of pro-slavery terrorists destroyed printing presses and shut down a hotel in Lawrence, KS.

3.   On October 1, 1910, 21 workers were killed when a bomb exploded in the offices of the Los Angeles Times; the bomb was placed by a pair of brothers  in protest of the paper’s anti-union stance.

4.  On December 29, 1975, 11 were killed and 75 injured from a bomb explosion at New York’s LaGuardia Airport.

5.  On December 11, 1985, “Unabomber” Ted Kaczynski claimed his  first fatality: Hugh Scrutton, a computer rental store owner.

6.  On October 23, 1998, anti-abortionist James Kopp  killed Dr. Barnett Slepian; it is believed he may have been responsible for several other abortion-related shootings.

7.  On November 24, 1917, a bomb in a Milwaukee police station killed nine policemen and a bystander.

8.  On October 10, 1933, over Indiana, the first definite case of air sabotage occured on a Boeing 247, killing seven.

9.  On April 19, 1995, 168 were killed and more than 680 injured in the terrorist attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

10.  9-11-2001.  We remember.

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