The FBI profiling team is called to Florida where a seres of efficient bombs killed every single target; this rules out a terrorist or politically motivated bomber. The bombs themselves carry the signature of Adrian Bale, a master-bomber who was jailed after taking out six FBI agents in Boston, who even pushed the next button when he knew it would only worsen his sentence. Then there's a lead to an alternative scenario: master forger David Walker, who had to commit a single murder to keep out of jail but covers it up by playing the Bale copycat. Or is there a link between these two suspects, perhaps via a Internet forum which contains suspicious messages? Written by
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While Morgan is stuck re-assembling the bomb, Garcia is playing Tetris on her Gameboy DS. She references the game as she comes up with an idea for what piece is missing, similar to the 4x1 rod piece in game where part of disappears when it forms a full row. See more
When the BAU in Palm Beach receive the information about the three bombs matching the bomb of the guy who blew up some FBI people in Boston, when Gideon sits down, he grabs a water bottle with the brand name "Poland Springs". In Palm Beach, FL, this would have to be imported. The same parent company owns the names "Poland Springs", "Arrowhead", "Deer Park" and "Zephyrhills". The latter is the water that is distributed in Florida. See more
When we're dealing with a bomber, we're talking about someone who's non-confrontational. If you bumped into him at a cafe, he'd apologize; even if it wasn't his fault.
Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner
We would classify this bomber as highly organized, based on the meticulous design of his bombs. It means above average intelligence. He probably has a skilled job, a trade, one that allows him to work alone. That's how he was able to make a sophisticated device without raising suspicion. Furniture maker, jeweler, et cetera.
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