Alleged ‘turf war’ behind Indian restaurant bombing in Canada
Victims of a May bombing at an Indian restaurant near Toronto alleged in a civil lawsuit on Tuesday (21) that a “turf war between rival business associates” led to the attack. Six of the 15 victims in the blast are seeking a total of Can$6 million ($4.6 million US) from the owners of the Bombay Bhel restaurant for “severe and permanent injuries,” saying in court documents that the proprietors “knew or ought to have known that it was targeted directly for bombing.” Their lawyer Darryl Singer told a press conference that the restaurant owners “ought to have been more alert…
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