Originally Posted by BkB Hulk
I wonder how much coverage the anniversary of the massacre in Norway will get in America. I'd be willing to bet little to none.
With all possible respect to the people that died in Norway, you can't see why a terrorist attack where somebody flew planes into two of the most famous landmarks in the world in downtown Manhattan and completely destroyed both of them (and tried to destroy two more) and killed almost 3,000 people would get more anniversary coverage than a bombing that killed 8 people? Really? Can you use a little common sense? It's the deadliest terrorist attack of all time
by a SIGNIFICANT margin and it's also by far the one that required the most planning to pull off. It's basically still unprecedented in terms of terrorist attacks. Of course it's going to get the most coverage.