Terrorism: New Pieces for the Puzzle

More hints that the Pope's attacker had help

Wiretaps of phone calls in which the Turkish gunman mutters that he received the money and says he will now carry out his assignment. Reports that the gunman met with a suspected Bulgarian agent at a small hotel in Rome to plot the murder of Polish Labor Leader Lech Walesa. Word that a key witness recants her testimony and thus threatens the alibi of the Bulgarian, who issues a denial that he aided the Turk in any way.

Investigating the 1981 assassination attempt against Pope John Paul II is like putting together a...

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