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The RCMP says it's "very concerned" about another threatening letter sent to a Dawson Creek newspaper purportedly by a pipeline bomber in northeastern B.C.
The letter warns attacks will "get a lot worse" if EnCana, the company that produces and ships natural gas in the area, doesn't start pulling out within three months.
The Dawson Creek Daily News says the two-page handwritten letter, which it received on Wednesday, promises a "summer vacation" free of attacks.
Originally posted by whoshotJR
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
I'm sure it causes terror for some of the workers or people in the area. I know I wouldn't be very happy with somebody blowing up things that I work on. What happens if they blow up a section and it causes people to die?
It sounds like you support this person going around planting bombs on these pipe lines.
Originally posted by warrenb
reply to post by exile1981
But how do you figure people are going to die?
The pipelines are usually far from any populations.