Intelligence Ignored
By Robert Matas
"Certainly we can, with the benefit of hindsight, say that if we had immediately interviewed Parmar and Reyat after the [June 4, 1985] incident, we might have deterred the subsequent presumed bombing of Flight 182. But then, the RCMP had this option open to them as well and chose not to pursue it." -- CSIS director general, in a memo dated July 1986

Air-India prosecutors lose ruling on Reyat
By Robert Matas
Monday, September 15, 2003
The prosecution team has lost its bid to cross-examine convicted killer Inderjit Singh Reyat

Crown calls testimony by Reyat pack of lies
By Robert Matas
Saturday, September 13, 2003
Air-India trial takes a bizarre twist as prosecution tries to discredit star witness

Reyat tells of making bombs
By Robert Matas
Thursday, September 11, 2003
But man guilty of manslaughter in Air-India blast named no helpers

Suspected CSIS mole carried Air-India bombs,
Mountie said

By Robert Matas and Alan Freeman
Wednesday, June 4, 2003
Revelation raises questions about the Air-India investigation

Witnesses' credibility at issue as Air-India trial
opens in B.C.

By Robert Matas
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Ripudaman Singh Malik and Ajaib Singh Bagri intend to attack the credibility of witnesses who will link them to the Air-India bombing

Sabotage feared as 329 die in jet
Caller claims Sikh group planted bomb

'Why don't police charge me?' Air India suspect asks
The chief suspect in terrorist bombings that killed 329 people over the Atlantic Ocean and two baggage handlers at Tokyo's Narita Airport says he is innocent and can sleep with a clear conscience

Air-India trail hot, RCMP assert
The mood has changed considerably in Punjab and in Vancouver since Flight 182 exploded, killing 329 people, and witnesses are not as hard to find as they were

B.C. Ministry of Attorney General

Mr. Justice B. N. Kirpal's Report on the Air-India Disaster

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