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A terrorism expert is now suggesting the person believed to be involved in the six explosions at EnCana Corporation oil patch sites in the South Peace is taking a huge risk.
A suspect has sent a second hand written message to the Calgary based company in a letter mailed to the Dawson Creek Dailey News and Paul Joosse is reminding us that the infamous American unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, was finally caught after his brother recognized his handwriting in a similar letter.
Meantime, Daily News Publisher Dan Przybylski says the newspaper was anticipating another letter as a follow to the one the preceded the string of bombings southeast of Dawson Creek, which began last October… [asset|aid=1663|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=80d46c494682a40589f83eb5907776b0-Dan-1_1_Pub.mp3]
Meantime, the RCMP is considering the threat letter as local community blackmail and it is again appealing to the author to cease the bombings, contact police and put the concerns motivating the attacks, before EnCana for a negotiated settlement.
Click here to read the latest letter
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