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France - 'Carlos the Jackal' charged in grenade attack, Paris, 15 Sept 1974

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  1. Buzz Mills

    Buzz Mills New Member

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    Carlos the Jackal to face trial in Paris

    PARIS - The jailed Venezuelan terrorist known as Carlos the Jackal is to face trial for his alleged role in deadly terror bombings in 1982 and 1983 in France, a judicial official said Friday.

    Top anti-terror judge Jean-Louis Bruguiere — renowned for tracking down Carlos, whose real name is Ilich Ramirez Sanchez — ordered him to stand trial for the four attacks, which killed 12 and injured at least 100, a judicial official said on condition of anonymity. Such officials are not authorized to speak to the media about such matters. Last year, Bruguiere wrapped up 20 years of investigations into Ramirez' possible role in the 1980s attacks last year. The date of the trial has not been set. The judicial official provided no other details about the trial or Ramirez' suspect role in the attacks.

    Ramirez, 57, is serving a life sentence in France for the 1975 murders of two French secret agents and an alleged informer. He gained international notoriety as the Cold War-era mastermind of deadly bombings, killings and hostage dramas. After years on the run, Ramirez was captured in Sudan in 1994 and hauled in a sack to Paris by French secret service agents. He was convicted three years later for the 1975 murders.

    One hit a train from Paris to Toulouse in southwestern France in March 1982, killing five; another hit in front of the Paris offices of the Arab newspaper Al Watan in April 1982, killing one; another hit a Marseille train station in December 1983, killing two; the fourth hit a TGV high-speed train the same day, killing three. He is also suspected in the 1976 Palestinian hijacking of a French jetliner in flight to Entebbe, Uganda. Ramirez has testified that he led a 1975 attack that killed three people at the OPEC headquarters in Vienna, Austria.

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    This guy was absolutely brilliant. For a decade, or so, international intelligence had no idea who he was, or where he was from. He impersonated a doctor among doctors, a priest among priests. He was a virtual master of disguise. That's why so many books have been written, and movies have been made, of his exploits.
     
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    JBean Retired WS Administrator

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    Oh thanks for this Buzz. I am going to have to do my homework.
     
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    'On Tuesday, a French court ordered Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, known in the press as "Carlos the Jackal," to stand trial over a 1974 grenade attack in Paris that killed two people and injured more than 30.

    The 64-year-old Venezuelan national received his first life sentence in 1997 for a 1975 triple murder. In 2011, Carlos received a second life sentence for 1982-83 bomb attacks on two French passenger trains, a train station in Marseille and a Libyan magazine office in Paris. Those attacks left 11 people dead.'

    http://www.dw.de/carlos-the-jackal-...e/a-17980752?maca=en-TWITTER-EN-2004-xml-mrss
     
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    Amazed!
     

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