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Latest Tomslake bomb letter suggests more intense violence: UBC analysis

The latest letter purported to be from the Tomslake pipeline bomber suggests the Dawson Creek area should brace for a more severe and aggressive act of domestic terrorism, says a computer analysis conducted by UBC.
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The latest letter purported to be from the Tomslake pipeline bomber suggests the Dawson Creek area should brace for a more severe and aggressive act of domestic terrorism, says a computer analysis conducted by UBC.

Last month, the Citizen's sister publication the Dawson Creek Daily News received what is alleged to be the third letter threatening the energy firm EnCana with "actions at all your installations." Six bombs targeting oil and gas facilities in the region over the last two years punctuated the correspondances. No one has been hurt in the incidents but the blasts disrupted EnCana operations, triggered a large RCMP investigation and unnerved communities in the area.

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