Three people were injured this week in two separate letter bombings in England. One letter burned the hands of a woman at Capita, the company that collects London traffic fees. The other explosion slightly injured the torsos of two men at Vantis, a business-services company that also processes speeding fines. Past letter-bomb campaigns have been traced to militant British animal-rights groups. Police said they were investigating a possible animal-rights link in this spate as well, although the perpetrator could also be some kind of new militant drivers’ group.
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