What can we learn from the Rachel Corrie case
A court will rule on Tuesday on the suit filed by the family of the American activist against the state over responsibility for her death.
On a foggy winter morning in early 1967, several young men were strolling through London's Hampstead Heath park. One was carrying a bucket, an odd sight, but it didn't attract any attention. The young men had deliberately picked a time when the park was fairly empty to carry out their intention without being impeded: the first successful trial of a leaflet bomb, a pre-Internet era invention.