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How D.B. Cooper and the Golden Age of Air Piracy Changed Aviation Fiction

Quillette 24 Nov 2021
Koerner’s excellent study of the subject, “Prior to the spring of 1961, there had never been a hijacking in American airspace.” That ended on May 1st, 1961, when a Miami electrician hijacked a commuter plane bound for Key West and forced it to fly to Cuba ... Only one plane was hijacked (to Cuba) in 1974.
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'Down with Communism!' shout Cubans rallying in the US

Raw Story 13 Jul 2021
The protests in Cuba were sparked by anger at an economic crisis that has worsened shortages of food and medicine, and forced the government to ration electricity in the sweltering summer heat ... It's very sad," said the electrician, who said his father died in Cuba earlier this year due to a lack of medicine.
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