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Special Report Transcript Episode 12, Section 5, Time 27:25
Seven years later on the 3rd of December 1992 tragedy struck Queenstown again. A limpet mine, claimed to have been planted by the Azanian People’s Liberation Army, ripped the local Spur restaurant apart. Shane Brody and his sister Michelle were amongst those present that fateful night. Both suffered serious wounds. Shane was unable to complete his university education due to memory loss. Michelle is deaf in one ear.
Notes: The Spur, after bomb explosion; Shane and Michelle Brody in hospital
408 When asked how she would feel if anyone applied for amnesty in connection with this matter, Savage said: It really wouldn’t worry me one way or the other … It’s not important to me, but, I’ve said this to many people, what I would really, really like is, I would like to meet that man ...