Jan 23, 2021
The blast blew out windows and sent metal fragments flying, ripping through walls and wooden beams inside the Prince Edward Island courthouse, shattering the stillness of a fall Monday morning.
It was Oct. 10, 1988, just after 6 a.m. The homemade pipe bomb had been hidden in a flower bed at the rear of the building. The force was so powerful it drove some pieces of metal into the judges’ chambers on the second floor.
In such a comfortably rural society, where crime is largely an abstraction and the people are suspicious of mainland influences, something like Loki 7 was a homegrown horror.
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