5,667. 3/11/2004

As a train pulled into Atocha station in Madrid, Spain, at 6:39 a.m. on March 11, 2004, “three bombs exploded in the third, fourth, and sixth cars. Almost simultaneously, four more bombs exploded in the first, fourth, and sixth cars of a second train, about 500 meters outside the station. …At 6:41 A.M., two bombs went off in the fourth and fifth cars of a third train as it passed through El Pozo station. …At 6:42 A.M., a fourth train was passing through Santa Eugenia station when a bomb exploded in its fourth carriage. …More than 2,000 people were injured and 191 died.”

 – Antonia Juhasz, The Bush Agenda, Pages 299-300

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