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Coverup by Canadian Spy Agency Alleged

Sikh Agent Reputedly Had Advance Information About 1985 Airliner Bombing. Canada’s national intelligence agency has been accused of having information that could have prevented the 1985 bombing of an Air India flight, allegedly by Sikh militants, that killed all 329 people aboard. According to court documents released last week, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service pulled back an agent who had infiltrated the militant group days before the bombing, which has been called the worst terrorist attack in Canadian airline history. A second bomb killed two baggage handlers at an airport outside Tokyo before it could be loaded onto another Air India flight. The details were revealed during the trial of two Sikh separatists, Ripudaman Singh Malik, a millionaire radio station owner in Vancouver, B.C., and Ajaib Singh Bagri, a sawmill worker from Kamloops, B.C. They are charged with the murder of the passengers and crew aboard Air India Flight 182, which exploded off the coast of Ireland en route from Canada to London and India. Full Story

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