New: "Searchable Database Memorializes American Terrorism Victims Back to 1970"
From the The Oklahoman (NewsOK.com):
The Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism has launched a searchable database of terrorism victims dating back to 1970.
The database includes more than 4,000 names of Americans killed in acts of terrorism.
The victims also are memorialized by a 60-by-20-foot flag hanging from the ceiling of the institute’s training room in downtown Oklahoma City.
Some terrorist events searchable on the flag and in the database include the 9/11 attacks, the Oklahoma City bombing as well as the Beirut barracks bombing in 1983.
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