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September 28, 1973, IT&T Building Bombed In New York - Today In Crime History

On this day, September 28,  in the year 1973, a bomb was detonated at the IT&T (International Telephone & Telegraph) building in New York.  The explosive device was placed in the company's Latin American section and caused extensive damage to several offices.  No one was killed or injured.  Another bomb was detonated that same day at IT&T's Rome headquarters.

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September 21, 1976, Bomb Kills Chilean Resistance Leader In Washington D.C - Today In Crime History

On this day, September 21, in the year 1976, a car bomb in Washington, D.C., set by agents of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, exploded, killing political figure Orlando Letelier and his assistant.

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September 16, 1920, Bomb Explodes On Wall Street Killing 38 - Today In Crime History

On this day, September 16, in 1920, a bomb in a horse-drawn wagon exploded in front of the J.P. Morgan building on Wall Street, killing 38 and injuring 400.  At that time, the Wall Street bombing was considered one of  the deadliest terrorist attacks ever upon civilians on American soil.

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September 15, 1963 - Babtist Church in Alabama Bombed, Four Children Killed - Today In Crime History

On this day, September 15, in 1963 a bomb exploded at the Sixteenth Street Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, killing four children.  The entire Sixteenth Street wall of the church building collapsed into a basement amid screams of horror and terror.  The explosion at the African-American church marked a turning point in the U.S. 1960s civil rights movement and contributed to support for passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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