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Air-India bombing: A 20-year push for justice

From Tuesday's Globe and Mail

Widower of victim continues to fight for judicial inquiry ...Read the full article

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  1. ron maclean from Orillia ON, Canada writes: The federal government's policy is to look the other way, and to close its ears to murder of its citizens by forieners , like in Mexico and Bermuda. Air India falls in the same catagory. Don't get involved, ignore it and will eventually go away. Inaction is the best action.
  2. sur. kai from London, United Kingdom writes: ron mclean, you are right, the federal government is looking the other way. Lock-bee disaster was sorted out because the passenger were mostly Americans and Canadians.
  3. Better to light a candle than to sit and curse the darkness from Canada writes: Even now we do not know who was responsible. Who deleted these tapes? On whose orders were these tapes destroyed. No government should allow this travesty of justice to continue.
    I lost no relaTives or friends in this disaster only fellow Canadians and our government could not care less apparently. This is an awful situation. Both Liberal and Conservative governments are to blame. Oh for an NDP government to put some of these things to right.

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