On May 13,
1985, in the twilight of the Cold War, residents of Philadelphia
were ruthlessly bombed from the sky. The enemy government was conducting
a political mission, but innocent inhabitants of that distinctly
American city were caught up in the attack. After ten thousand rounds
were fired at civilians over a period of two hours, a helicopter
swooped in and dropped C-4 and Tovex explosives, destroying 65 houses.
Five children were slaughtered in the strike.
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