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Update: Conway has since tweeted confirming that there was no Bowling Green massacre, and has claimedclaiming it wasas a mistake:

On @hardball @NBCNews @MSNBC I meant to say "Bowling Green terrorists" as reported here: https://t.co/nB5SwIEoYI [links to ABC article from 2013]


Since ConwayTo address Conway's original statement, which said there was a 2011 Bowling Green massacre and that the subject of her statementissue wasn't reported incovered by the media, we should include attacks that didn't gain majorneed to look at sources other than just media attention. Tl;dr; there aren't any of these eithercoverage.

The Global Terrorism Database records all attacks, including those with little or no major press coverage and including those that are unsuccessful or where it is ambiguous or debatable whether the attack should be classed as terrorism or not.

Here are all incidents in the US from 2011:
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Even by these loose criteria, none of these can be called a massacre, and none are related to any of the places called Bowling Green in the US.


To give two additional sources (these are less authoritative than the GTD and are included simply to test the possibility that there was something that for some reason the GTD might have excluded):

  • Infoplease maintain a list of "Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. or Against Americans". They have only one entry for 2011 which clearly doesn't fit:

    2011 Jan. 17, Spokane, Washington: a pipe bomb is discovered along the route of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial march. The bomb, a "viable device" set up to spray marchers with shrapnel and to cause multiple casualties, is defused without any injuries.

  • Wikipedia maintain lists of "terrorist incidents" in early and late 2011. Neither has any entry for the US (these lists are flagged as "incomplete", so the lack of any items doesn't prove anything on its own, it's just an example of an alternate source that might have shown something missed by other sources, but didn't).


So, no sources have anything remotely resembling a US "Bowling Green Massacre" committed by refugees in the US, including sources like the GTD that attempt to be exhaustive and cover incidents without major media coverage.

Update: Conway has since tweeted confirming that there was no Bowling Green massacre, and has claimed it was a mistake:

On @hardball @NBCNews @MSNBC I meant to say "Bowling Green terrorists" as reported here: https://t.co/nB5SwIEoYI [links to ABC article from 2013]


Since Conway said the subject of her statement wasn't reported in the media, we should include attacks that didn't gain major media attention. Tl;dr; there aren't any of these either.

The Global Terrorism Database records all attacks, including those with little or no major press coverage and including those that are unsuccessful or where it is ambiguous or debatable whether the attack should be classed as terrorism or not.

Here are all incidents in the US from 2011:
enter image description here

Even by these loose criteria, none of these can be called a massacre, and none are related to any of the places called Bowling Green in the US.


To give two additional sources (these are less authoritative than the GTD and are included simply to test the possibility that there was something that for some reason the GTD might have excluded):

  • Infoplease maintain a list of "Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. or Against Americans". They have only one entry for 2011 which clearly doesn't fit:

    2011 Jan. 17, Spokane, Washington: a pipe bomb is discovered along the route of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial march. The bomb, a "viable device" set up to spray marchers with shrapnel and to cause multiple casualties, is defused without any injuries.

  • Wikipedia maintain lists of "terrorist incidents" in early and late 2011. Neither has any entry for the US (these lists are flagged as "incomplete", so the lack of any items doesn't prove anything on its own, it's just an example of an alternate source that might have shown something missed by other sources, but didn't).


So, no sources have anything remotely resembling a US "Bowling Green Massacre" committed by refugees in the US, including sources like the GTD that attempt to be exhaustive and cover incidents without major media coverage.

Update: Conway has since tweeted confirming that there was no Bowling Green massacre, claiming it as a mistake:

On @hardball @NBCNews @MSNBC I meant to say "Bowling Green terrorists" as reported here: https://t.co/nB5SwIEoYI [links to ABC article from 2013]


To address Conway's original statement, which said there was a 2011 Bowling Green massacre and that the issue wasn't covered by the media, we need to look at sources other than just media coverage.

The Global Terrorism Database records all attacks, including those with little or no major press coverage and including those that are unsuccessful or where it is ambiguous or debatable whether the attack should be classed as terrorism or not.

Here are all incidents in the US from 2011:
enter image description here

Even by these loose criteria, none of these can be called a massacre, and none are related to any of the places called Bowling Green in the US.


To give two additional sources (these are less authoritative than the GTD and are included simply to test the possibility that there was something that for some reason the GTD might have excluded):

  • Infoplease maintain a list of "Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. or Against Americans". They have only one entry for 2011 which clearly doesn't fit:

    2011 Jan. 17, Spokane, Washington: a pipe bomb is discovered along the route of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial march. The bomb, a "viable device" set up to spray marchers with shrapnel and to cause multiple casualties, is defused without any injuries.

  • Wikipedia maintain lists of "terrorist incidents" in early and late 2011. Neither has any entry for the US (these lists are flagged as "incomplete", so the lack of any items doesn't prove anything on its own, it's just an example of an alternate source that might have shown something missed by other sources, but didn't).


So, no sources have anything remotely resembling a US "Bowling Green Massacre" committed by refugees in the US, including sources like the GTD that attempt to be exhaustive and cover incidents without major media coverage.

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Update

Update: Conway has since tweeted confirming that there was no Bowling Green massacre, and has claimed it was a mistake.:

On @hardball @NBCNews @MSNBC I meant to say "Bowling "Bowling Green terrorists" as reported here: https://t.co/nB5SwIEoYI [links to ABC article from 2013]

enter image description here
Exclusive: 'Dozens' of Terrorists May Be in US as Refugees
Several dozen suspected terrorist bombmakers, including some believed to have targeted American troops, may have mistakenly been allowed to move to the Un...


Since Conway said the subject of her statement wasn't reported in the media, we should include attacks that didn't gain major media attention. Tl;dr; there aren't any of these either.

The Global Terrorism Database records all attacks, including those with little or no major press coverage and including those that are unsuccessful or where it is ambiguous or debatable whether the attack should be classed as terrorism or not.

Here are all incidents in the US from 2011:
enter image description here

Even by these loose criteria, none of these can be called a massacre, and none are related to any of the places called Bowling Green in the US.


To give two additional sources (these are less authoritative than the GTD and are included simply to test the possibility that there was something that for some reason the GTD might have excluded):

  • Infoplease maintain a list of "Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. or Against Americans". They have only one entry for 2011 which clearly doesn't fit:

    2011 Jan. 17, Spokane, Washington: a pipe bomb is discovered along the route of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial march. The bomb, a "viable device" set up to spray marchers with shrapnel and to cause multiple casualties, is defused without any injuries.

  • Wikipedia maintain lists of "terrorist incidents" in early and late 2011. Neither has any entry for the US (these lists are flagged as "incomplete", so the lack of any items doesn't prove anything on its own, it's just an example of an alternate source that might have shown something missed by other sources, but didn't).


So, no sources have anything remotely resembling a US "Bowling Green Massacre" committed by refugees in the US, including sources like the GTD that attempt to be exhaustive and cover incidents without major media coverage.

Update

Conway has since tweeted confirming that there was no Bowling Green massacre, and has claimed it was a mistake.

On @hardball @NBCNews @MSNBC I meant to say "Bowling Green terrorists" as reported here:

enter image description here
Exclusive: 'Dozens' of Terrorists May Be in US as Refugees
Several dozen suspected terrorist bombmakers, including some believed to have targeted American troops, may have mistakenly been allowed to move to the Un...


Since Conway said the subject of her statement wasn't reported in the media, we should include attacks that didn't gain major media attention. Tl;dr; there aren't any of these either.

The Global Terrorism Database records all attacks, including those with little or no major press coverage and including those that are unsuccessful or where it is ambiguous or debatable whether the attack should be classed as terrorism or not.

Here are all incidents in the US from 2011:
enter image description here

Even by these loose criteria, none of these can be called a massacre, and none are related to any of the places called Bowling Green in the US.


To give two additional sources (these are less authoritative than the GTD and are included simply to test the possibility that there was something that for some reason the GTD might have excluded):

  • Infoplease maintain a list of "Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. or Against Americans". They have only one entry for 2011 which clearly doesn't fit:

    2011 Jan. 17, Spokane, Washington: a pipe bomb is discovered along the route of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial march. The bomb, a "viable device" set up to spray marchers with shrapnel and to cause multiple casualties, is defused without any injuries.

  • Wikipedia maintain lists of "terrorist incidents" in early and late 2011. Neither has any entry for the US (these lists are flagged as "incomplete", so the lack of any items doesn't prove anything on its own, it's just an example of an alternate source that might have shown something missed by other sources, but didn't).


So, no sources have anything remotely resembling a US "Bowling Green Massacre" committed by refugees in the US, including sources like the GTD that attempt to be exhaustive and cover incidents without major media coverage.

Update: Conway has since tweeted confirming that there was no Bowling Green massacre, and has claimed it was a mistake:

On @hardball @NBCNews @MSNBC I meant to say "Bowling Green terrorists" as reported here: https://t.co/nB5SwIEoYI [links to ABC article from 2013]


Since Conway said the subject of her statement wasn't reported in the media, we should include attacks that didn't gain major media attention. Tl;dr; there aren't any of these either.

The Global Terrorism Database records all attacks, including those with little or no major press coverage and including those that are unsuccessful or where it is ambiguous or debatable whether the attack should be classed as terrorism or not.

Here are all incidents in the US from 2011:
enter image description here

Even by these loose criteria, none of these can be called a massacre, and none are related to any of the places called Bowling Green in the US.


To give two additional sources (these are less authoritative than the GTD and are included simply to test the possibility that there was something that for some reason the GTD might have excluded):

  • Infoplease maintain a list of "Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. or Against Americans". They have only one entry for 2011 which clearly doesn't fit:

    2011 Jan. 17, Spokane, Washington: a pipe bomb is discovered along the route of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial march. The bomb, a "viable device" set up to spray marchers with shrapnel and to cause multiple casualties, is defused without any injuries.

  • Wikipedia maintain lists of "terrorist incidents" in early and late 2011. Neither has any entry for the US (these lists are flagged as "incomplete", so the lack of any items doesn't prove anything on its own, it's just an example of an alternate source that might have shown something missed by other sources, but didn't).


So, no sources have anything remotely resembling a US "Bowling Green Massacre" committed by refugees in the US, including sources like the GTD that attempt to be exhaustive and cover incidents without major media coverage.

5 Included quote of tweet.
source | link

Update

Update: Conway has since tweeted confirming that there was no Bowling Green massacre, and has claimed it was a mistake.

On @hardball @NBCNews @MSNBC I meant to say "Bowling Green terrorists" as reported here:

enter image description here
Exclusive: 'Dozens' of Terrorists May Be in US as Refugees
Several dozen suspected terrorist bombmakers, including some believed to have targeted American troops, may have mistakenly been allowed to move to the Un...


Since Conway said the subject of her statement wasn't reported in the media, we should include attacks that didn't gain major media attention. tldr;Tl;dr; there aren't any of these either.

The Global Terrorism Database records all attacks, including those with little or no major press coverage and including those that are unsuccessful or where it is ambiguous or debatable whether the attack should be classed as terrorism or not.

Here are all incidents in the US from 2011:

 :
enter image description here

Even by these loose criteria, none of these can be called a massacre, and none are related to any of the places called Bowling Green in the US.


To give two additional sources (these are less authoritative than the GTD and are included simply to test the possibility that there was something that for some reason the GTD might have excluded):

  • Infoplease maintain a list of "Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. or Against Americans". They have only one entry for 2011 which clearly doesn't fit:

    2011 Jan. 17, Spokane, Washington: a pipe bomb is discovered along the route of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial march. The bomb, a "viable device" set up to spray marchers with shrapnel and to cause multiple casualties, is defused without any injuries.

  • Wikipedia maintain lists of "terrorist incidents" in early and late 2011. Neither has any entry for the US (these lists are flagged as "incomplete", so the lack of any items doesn't prove anything on its own, it's just an example of an alternate source that might have shown something missed by other sources, but didn't).


So, no sources have anything remotely resembling a US "Bowling Green Massacre" committed by refugees in the US, including sources like the GTD that attempt to be exhaustive and cover incidents without major media coverage.

Update: Conway has since tweeted confirming that there was no Bowling Green massacre, and has claimed it was a mistake.


Since Conway said the subject of her statement wasn't reported in the media, we should include attacks that didn't gain major media attention. tldr; there aren't any of these either.

The Global Terrorism Database records all attacks, including those with little or no major press coverage and including those that are unsuccessful or where it is ambiguous or debatable whether the attack should be classed as terrorism or not.

Here are all incidents in the US from 2011:

 enter image description here

Even by these loose criteria, none of these can be called a massacre, and none are related to any of the places called Bowling Green in the US.


To give two additional sources (these are less authoritative than the GTD and are included simply to test the possibility that there was something that for some reason the GTD might have excluded):

  • Infoplease maintain a list of "Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. or Against Americans". They have only one entry for 2011 which clearly doesn't fit:

    2011 Jan. 17, Spokane, Washington: a pipe bomb is discovered along the route of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial march. The bomb, a "viable device" set up to spray marchers with shrapnel and to cause multiple casualties, is defused without any injuries.

  • Wikipedia maintain lists of "terrorist incidents" in early and late 2011. Neither has any entry for the US (these lists are flagged as "incomplete", so the lack of any items doesn't prove anything on its own, it's just an example of an alternate source that might have shown something missed by other sources, but didn't).


So, no sources have anything remotely resembling a US "Bowling Green Massacre" committed by refugees in the US, including sources like the GTD that attempt to be exhaustive and cover incidents without major media coverage.

Update

Conway has since tweeted confirming that there was no Bowling Green massacre, and has claimed it was a mistake.

On @hardball @NBCNews @MSNBC I meant to say "Bowling Green terrorists" as reported here:

enter image description here
Exclusive: 'Dozens' of Terrorists May Be in US as Refugees
Several dozen suspected terrorist bombmakers, including some believed to have targeted American troops, may have mistakenly been allowed to move to the Un...


Since Conway said the subject of her statement wasn't reported in the media, we should include attacks that didn't gain major media attention. Tl;dr; there aren't any of these either.

The Global Terrorism Database records all attacks, including those with little or no major press coverage and including those that are unsuccessful or where it is ambiguous or debatable whether the attack should be classed as terrorism or not.

Here are all incidents in the US from 2011:
enter image description here

Even by these loose criteria, none of these can be called a massacre, and none are related to any of the places called Bowling Green in the US.


To give two additional sources (these are less authoritative than the GTD and are included simply to test the possibility that there was something that for some reason the GTD might have excluded):

  • Infoplease maintain a list of "Terrorist Attacks in the U.S. or Against Americans". They have only one entry for 2011 which clearly doesn't fit:

    2011 Jan. 17, Spokane, Washington: a pipe bomb is discovered along the route of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial march. The bomb, a "viable device" set up to spray marchers with shrapnel and to cause multiple casualties, is defused without any injuries.

  • Wikipedia maintain lists of "terrorist incidents" in early and late 2011. Neither has any entry for the US (these lists are flagged as "incomplete", so the lack of any items doesn't prove anything on its own, it's just an example of an alternate source that might have shown something missed by other sources, but didn't).


So, no sources have anything remotely resembling a US "Bowling Green Massacre" committed by refugees in the US, including sources like the GTD that attempt to be exhaustive and cover incidents without major media coverage.

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