A recently leaked FBI file details an assassination attempt on the late Queen Elizabeth II during her visit to California in 1983.
The threat comes from a man seeking revenge for the death of his daughter, which he says was caused by a “rubber bullet” shot in Northern Ireland.
The FBI learned of the bombing plan on 4 February 1983, a month before the Queen’s scheduled visit with her late husband, Prince Philip.
According to the documents, published on FBI news site The Vault, the man planned to harm the Queen by dropping an object from the Golden Gate Bridge onto the royal yacht or assaulting her during a visit to the Park. Yosemite Country.
In response to the threat, the Secret Service arranged to close the passageways of the Golden Gate Bridge as the Queen’s yacht passed below. Despite the danger, the royal visit went on without notable incidents.
During her reign, Queen Elizabeth II faced numerous assassination attempts.
In December 2021, a man named Jaswant Singh Chail broke into Windsor Castle armed with a crossbow, declaring his intention to kill the Queen in revenge for the 1919 Amritsar Massacre in colonial India. Degree.
Naija News reported that the Queen died nine months later on September 8, 2022.
In February 2023, Chail pleaded guilty to attempting to “hurt Queen Elizabeth II’s person, utter death threats and possess an offensive weapon”.
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