MEXICO CITY (AP) ? A radical group that opposes nanotechnology has issued a manifesto claiming responsibility for at least two bombings of researchers in Mexico and praising the so-called Unabomber whose mail-bombs killed three and injured 23 in the United States.
The manifesto posted on a website is attributed to a group called “Individuals Tending to Savagery” mentions five other researchers whose work it opposes. The attacks have injured two professors and a maintenance worker.
Mexico State prosecutors’ spokesman Sonia Davila said Wednesday that authorities are investigating the authenticity of the statements, but noted that the manifesto’s description of how the pipe bomb was constructed matches evidence found at the scene.