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15 Years Later, a Deadly Bombing in Gaza Remains Unsolved

Fred Burton
Chief Security Officer, Stratfor
Jun 2, 2018 | 13:31 GMT
Fred Burton's Lessons from Old Case Files

The families of three U.S. contractors killed in a Gaza Strip bombing in 2003 are still awaiting justice. But no active investigations are ongoing.

(Stratfor)

Almost 15 years ago, at 10 a.m. Oct. 13, 2003, three Americans died and another was seriously injured when an improvised explosive device buried in a street in the Gaza Strip exploded underneath their convoy. The victims, John Branchizio, Mark T. Parson and John Martin Linde Jr., were DynCorp International...

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