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Man who crashed car into #Sikh owned grocery and claimed he was EBR deputy sentenced to probation

Chad Horsley, 27, was sentenced by 21st Judicial District Judge Jeff Johnson to two years in prison, suspended for a three-year period of probation, according to court documents.  Authorities said Horsley, of Denham Springs, told investigators his reason for causing the damage to the convenience store on Springfield Road was that “the people who operate the business were the same ‘ones’ who killed his fellow service members overseas.”

Source: Man who crashed car into Sikh-owned grocery and claimed he was EBR deputy sentenced to probation | Livingston/Tangipahoa | theadvocate.com

‘Victims of 1984 Sikh Killings Left Disappointed by Modi Government’

Marwah Commission closest to the truth, but not allowed to present its report’

The first of the commissions that looked into the massacre, Phoolka said, was the Marwah Commission headed by former Delhi police commissioner Ved Marwah. “In 1985 when the evidence was absolutely fresh, the Commission prepared its report on the basis of the real depositions of the police personnel. Marwah had even prepared notes about where the instructions came for the massacre and who all said that Sikhs are not to be saved…

Source: ‘Victims of 1984 Sikh Killings Left Disappointed by Modi Government’