It was 31 years ago today when Sgt. Al Powell became a hero after stopping a terrorist attack at Nakatomi Plaza in Los Angeles. One year later, now a lieutenant, he entered witness protection in Chicago and changed his name to Carl Winslow. #DieHard #MerryChristmas
31 years ago today Nakatomi Plaza was taken over by Hans Gruber & his goons. They had no idea what they were in for! My house overlooks it and most nights I swear I see John firing from the roof.
On this Christmas Eve, we’d like to acknowledge our partners at who have been working with us to protect Christmas since Hans Gruber’s 1988 attack on Nakatomi Plaza. #DetectiveJohnMclean #YesItsAChristmasMovie
Right now is the 30th anniversary of the attack on Nakatomi Plaza. It’s worth noting that despite some reporting at the time, Liberte de Quebec had no affiliation with the attack and remains committed to nonviolence.
I can’t believe it’s been 31 years since terrorists seized control of Nakatomi Plaza. Thank goodness there was that lone police officer inside or more may have been killed. RIP Joseph Yoshinobu Takagi, Harry Ellis, and also agent Johnson and special agent Johnson — no relation.
We must never forget the brave men and women who perished in the terrorist attack on the Nakatomi Plaza.
Almost 29 years ago, Sergeant Al Powell helped save dozens of lives after being sent to investigate a prank call at Nakatomi Plaza. As we do every year, we honour his bravery by showing the documentary Die Hard, this Sunday at 10pm
30 years ago, Sergeant Al Powell helped save dozens of lives after being sent to investigate a prank call at Nakatomi Plaza. As we do every year, we honour his bravery by showing the celebrated documentary Die Hard, this Saturday at 11.15 pm.
Nakatomi Plaza is trending! OMG, what happened? Is everyone OK there?