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Triple murder or hijacking[edit]

3 murders occurred on the bus, and one person has been charged with murder and hijacking. However, 2 bus passengers were allegedly found without any signs of resisting being stabbed. I am not sure that we can say yet that it was a hijacking. (If a bus driver stops his bus, and runs into the back of the bus to investigate a commotion, and then gets killed, is that hijacking?) I have not seen yet from expert sources that this was a hijacking, in addition to being a triple murder. Therefore I have linked to an article about the incident, without using the word hijacking. For the record, I don't know where in the bus that the bus driver was found, and if he had any defensive wounds. --Funny linguist (talk) 11:43, 15 November 2013 (UTC)

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