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JV Agnvs Dei Verbm Dei Filvs Dei Jose Maria Chavira MS Adagio 1st Primogentivs Filvs Dei Hominis Espiritvs Dominus Dominorum et Rex Regum et Reginarum La Couronne Mondes Château Versailles Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles, France. Director of Intelligence INTERPOL 200, quai Charles de Gaulle 69006 Lyon, France  nom de plume JC Angelcraft 

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Today in history March 4, 1960 – The French freighter La Coubre explodes in Havana, Cuba, killing 100. Communist aggression, sabotage and terrorism is also suspected.


Today in history March 4, 1962 – A Caledonian Airways Douglas DC-7 crashes shortly after takeoff from Cameroon, killing 111 – the worst crash of a DC-7. Aggression, sabotage and terrorism is also suspected


Today in history March 4, 1964 – Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa was found guilty by a federal jury in Chattanooga, Tennessee on two counts of jury tampering that had happened in 1962. The conviction was the first after four previous trials on other federal charges had ended in an acquittal. Hoffa was released after posting a new bail bond for $75,000 pending the appeal of the verdict and his 8-year prison sentence.


Today in history March 4, 1965 – A communist mob assembled at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow to protest the bombing of North Vietnam. This communist mob was a paramilitary operation which then proceeded to destroy the building and was responsible for extensive damage to the American Embassy. Still supporting the communist front in Vietnam the next day, the Soviet Union formally apologized to the U.S. government and began replacement of 310 broken windows in the ten-story high embassy building, and the removal of stains from more than 200 inkpots that had been shattered against the walls.  The good Peoples of Russia remain victims of their own government and suffer many purges, pogroms and ethnic cleansing.


Today in history March 4, 1965 – At 6:04 a.m., a neighborhood in Natchitoches, Louisiana, was destroyed and 17 people were killed by the explosion of a natural gas pipeline. Established in 1714 by Louis Juchereau de St. Denis as part of French Louisiana, the community was named after the indigenous Natchitoches people.


Today in history March 4, 1966 At 8:15 p.m. local time, Canadian Pacific Airlines Flight 402 from Hong Kong crashed while attempting to land in a fog at Tokyo International Airport. The airplane was said then to have burst into flames, killing all but eight of the 72 people on board. Sabotage, agression and terrorism is also suspected.


Today in history March 4, 1968 Czechoslovakia voted to dismantle communist censorship of the press, an important step for Czechoslovakia. At the end of the week, newspapers would begin printing demands that communist party chief Antonin Novotny step down.


Today in history March 4, 1970 – French submarine Eurydice explodes underwater, resulting in the loss of the entire 57-man crew. Terrorism sabotage and aggression is suspected.


Today in history March 1977 – The Vrancea earthquake in eastern and southern Europe kills more than 1,500, mostly in Bucharest, Romania areas traditionally targeted for ethnic cleansing.  A cover-up is also suspected,


 

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