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Misfortune Year 2004

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  • 2004 Russian aircraft bombings
  • Ruzhou School massacre Yan Yanming (Chinese: 闫彦明) (1983 – January 18, 2005) was a Chinese mass murderer who entered a dormitory at the Number Two High School in Ruzhou, China on November 26, 2004 with a knife and attacked twelve boys, killing nine of them.[1][2] After the attack, Yanming ran away from the school, but was arrested hours later after he failed to commit suicide because his mother had reported his location to the Ruzhou police.[3] After trial, Yanming was sentenced to death and executed on January 18, 2005 in Pingdingshan.[4]

Year 2004

Only 3 US plots, no attacks classified as terrorism

1 Aug 2004Albany, New York00THW2 arrested plotting assassination of Pakistani diplomat
1 Aug 2004New York City, New York00THW2 arrested planning to bomb Penn Station during Republican National Convention
3 Aug 2004New York City, New York00THWterror cell leader arrested in London for planning attacks on financial centers in the US

41 killed 120 injured February 2004 Moscow metro bombing occurred on 6 February 2004 when a male suicide bomber killed 41 people near Avtozavodskaya subway station on the Zamoskvoretskaya Line in Moscow. Up to 120 people were injured in the incident, some of the more common injuries being broken bones and smoke inhalation. The bomb was made of ammonia saltpeter and aluminum powder CBC Chechen rebels blamed for deadly Moscow subway blast chemically the subway bomb was identical to one used on a commuter train in  Yessentuki in December,

April 22, 2004 Israel spy connected to massive North Korea train explosion. In the weeks after the mysterious Ryongchon train explosion that killed a dozen Syrian weapons scientists in North Korea on April 22, 2004, the Canadian Office of Foreign Affairs announced they were investigating reports that an Israeli Mossad spy travelling on a stolen Canadian passport was in North Korea around the time of the blast. the massive blast, measured 3.6 on the Richter scale, at Ryongchon

1 injured shooting April 2, 2004 Marcus Stanley Gospel Musician Shot in Gang Initiation At the peak of his success, gospel pianist Marcus Stanley (African American) was approached by a man who shot 7 bullets from a 45 caliber gun into hischest, and 1 bullet into his arm. He lost feeling in his hands, but soon was able to play piano again.

2 killed, 1 convicted June 13, 2004 Keven Lee Graff  High When He Murders 2 Hollywood Men In California  Keven Lee Graff, a 27-year-old homeless man, broke into retired screenwriter Robert Lees' home. Graff attacked the 91-year-old and decapitated him, and broke into neighboring home of 69-year-old retired doctor, Morley Engleson, then attacked and killed him as well. Graff stole Engleson's 2001 Mercedes-Benz and left the scene. Next day, Graff caught the attention of security guards at the gates of Paramount Pictures. Graff claimed that a man on the streets of Hollywood gave him methamphetamine and Ecstasy the night before the murders claiming he had no memory of committing the murders. In February 2008, Graff, under a plea bargain, pleaded guilty to ten felonies for the murders of Lees and Engelson, sentence of two consecutive life terms

1 Aug 2004 New York City, New York Thwarted attack:  2 arrested planning to bomb Penn Station during Republican National Convention

3 Aug 2004 New York City, New York Thwarted attack:  terror cell leader arrested in London for planning attacks on financial centers in the US

The Russian aircraft bombings of August 2004 were terrorist attacks on two domestic Russian passenger aircraft at around 23:00 on 24 August 2004. Both planes had flown out of Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow.  Two aircraft apparently downed by bombs same night at same airport: last time that two aircraft departing from the same airport on the same day were both involved in a fatal event was 11 September 2001 when an American Airlines 767 and United Airlines 767 were hijacked and flown into the World Trade Center towers.

All eight crew members and 38 passengers were killed.  24 August 2004; Sibir Airlines Tupolev 154B; near Rostov-on-Don, Russia: The aircraft departed Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME) about 2240 on a scheduled flight to Sochi near the Black Sea. This aircraft took off about 10 minutes after a Volga-Aviaexpress Tupolev 134A which also crashed the same evening after departing the same airport. The aircraft broke up in flight and crashed, about 20 minutes after takeoff and within minutes of the in flight breakup of the Volga-Aviaexpress aircraft. (airsafe)

 All seven crew members and 34 passengers were killed.  24 August 2004; Volga-Aviaexpress Tupolev 134A; near Buchalki, Russia: The aircraft departed Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME) about 2230 on a scheduled flight to Volgograd in southern Russia. This aircraft took off about 10 minutes before a Sibir Airlines Tupolev 154B which also crashed the same evening after departing the same airport. The aircraft broke up in flight and crashed, about thirty minutes after takeoff and within minutes of the in flight breakup of the Sibir Airlines aircraft.  (airsafe)

10 killed 31 August 2004 a bomb killed 10 at a Moscow subway station,[7]
The Beslan school siege (also referred to as the Beslan school hostage crisis orBeslan massacre)[2][3][4] started on 1 September 2004, lasted three days and involved the capture of over 1,100 people as hostages (including 777 children),[5]ending with the death of 385 people. The crisis began when a group of armed Islamicseparatist militants, mostly Ingush and Chechen, occupied School Number One (SNO) in the town of Beslan, North Ossetia (an autonomous republic in the North Caucasusregion of the Russian Federation) on 1 September 2004. The hostage-takers were the Riyadus-Salikhin Battalion, sent by the Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev, who demanded recognition of the independence of Chechnya at the UN and Russian withdrawal from Chechnya. On the third day of the standoff, Russian security forces stormed the building with the use of tanks, incendiary rockets and other heavy weapons.[6] At least 385 hostages were killed, including 186 children,[7][8] with a significant number of people injured and reported missing. (wikipedia)
November 21, 2004 - in Birchwood, Wisconsin, a hunter killed six other hunters and wounded two others after an argument with them. (Newsmax) November of 2004 in Sawyer County during hunting season. Six hunters were killed and two were wounded by 36-year-old Chai Vang. Vang is now serving life in prison. (fox6now) Chai Vang - Wikipedia Chai Soua Vang (born September 24, 1968) is a naturalized U.S. citizen and a Hmong immigrant from Laos. While on a hunting trip in northern Wisconsin, Vang shot eight people, who were also hunting in the area, on November 21, 2004. Six were killed and two were left wounded. Vang acknowledged shooting the people, but challenged the chain of events that caused a dispute over a deer stand to become violent and escalate into multiple deaths. Vang, who lived in Saint Paul, Minnesota at the time of the shootings, is currently being held at Iowa State Penitentiary. tags: asian suspect, mass shooting, convicted, murder, Wisconsin

November 26, 2004 Ruzhou School massacre Yan Yanming  was a Chinese mass murderer who entered a dormitory at the Number Two High School in Ruzhou, China on  with a knife and attacked twelve boys, killing nine of them. After the attack, Yanming ran away from the school, but was arrested hours later after he failed to commit suicide because his mother had reported his location to the Ruzhou police.After trial, Yanming was sentenced to death and executed on January 18, 2005
December 8 2004 Nathan Gale shot Pantera guitarist Darrell ‘Dimebag’ Abbott three times in the head as he performed on stage. Then he shot the band’s head of security, fans and other members of the band, killing four people and wounded seven

154 police officers killed in line of duty in 2004 - NBC News NBCNews.com Dec 28, 2004 - Law enforcement organizations reported Tuesday that 154 officers diedin the line of duty in 2004, nearly half of them in traffic-related ... FBI report killed in 2004 In 2004, 57 law enforcement officers were feloniously killed in 50 separate incidents.  An examination of data from the past 2, 5, and 10 years showed that the number of officers slain in 2004 was 5 more than the 52 killed in 2003, 6 more than the 51 slain in 2000, but 17 less than the 74 officers killed in 1995.