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Calif. firebombs probed as ecoterrorism

Extremist groups seen growing more dangerous

By Bobby Caina Calvan
Globe Correspondent / January 31, 2005

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LINCOLN, Calif. -- Inside upscale houses being built in the gold rush foothills of the Sierra Nevada, construction crews last month found three unexploded firebombs investigators say had the potential to kill and destroy. Left behind, too, were threats scrawled in spray paint on windows and walls: ''U will pay" and ''Enjoy the world as is -- as long as ... (Full article: 1049 words)

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