Homerun | Mar 14, 2013 | 7:15

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One of the key figures in the October Crisis died today of a stroke. Paul Rose was the leader an FLQ cell based in Montreal. The FLQ was behind the 1970 kidnapping and murder of Quebec Labour Minister Pierre Laporte.

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