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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Tuesday, April 20, 2004
Religion of Peace update: Well, there's really no evidence it was followers of Mohammed -- you know, it could be some of those Quakers they've got running around in Spain.


The body of a Spanish police officer who was killed in a raid on suspected Islamic terrorists was removed from its tomb Sunday night, dragged across a cemetery, doused with gasoline and burned, a Spanish police official told CNN.

Police do not know who committed the crime, and an investigation is under way.

Francisco Javier Torronteras, a special operations police officer, died April 3 during a police raid in a Madrid suburb where police believed suspects behind the March 11 Madrid train bombings were hiding.

The suspected terrorists set off a bomb during the raid and seven of them died, of whom four have been identified.


Spain will be seeing more of this -- Islamic terrorists are only encouraged by what they were able to wreak before that country's elections.

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