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ATAA Remembers Victims of Armenian Terrorism
BayBak, Azerbaijan | 385 days ago | Friday, 4th May , 2012 , 23:52 [pm] | Azerbaijan
|.|| all community efforts to help apprehend the assassin came to a halt. The Somerville Police Department and FBI were never able to apprehend the assassin.
ATAA condemns these acts of violence against innocent individuals and remembers these tragedies
On May 4, 1982 – Somerville, Massachusetts
An Armenian gunman assassinates Turkish Honorary Consul Orhan GÃ¼ndÃ¼z while he waits in his automobile in rush-hour traffic. The gunman escapes. Justice Commandos against Armenian Genocide (JCAG) claims responsibility. The assassination occurs six weeks after Mr. GÃ¼ndÃ¼z was wounded in a bomb attack at his gift shop, Topkapi Imports, on March 22, before which Justice Commandos against Armenian Genocide (JCAG) threatened that Mr. GÃ¼ndÃ¼z either resign as a Honorary Consul or be executed. Salespersons at Topkapi Imports comment that neither the store nor Mr. GÃ¼ndÃ¼z had been given police protection despite the fact that the store had been the site of the prior bombing. To help solve the murder of Orhan GÃ¼ndÃ¼z, local television and newspapers utilized a composite drawing based on information provided by a witness in order to apprehend the assassin. When the witness was subsequently gunned-down, all community efforts to help apprehend the assassin came to a halt. The Somerville Police Department and FBI were never able to apprehend the assassin.
ATAA condemns these acts of violence against innocent individuals and remembers these tragedies with great sorrow and deliberation to bring the perpetrators and their supporters to justice., Voice of a Nation