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A man sends ominous phone messages to cities around the US before detonating his first, light pipe-bomb hidden in an umbrella, with remote he dumps on the street nearby, on a bus for 25 in Seattle, only two dead, 7 wounded, he even included peas softening the blow. After crossed robot-logo carved on the bomb links the killer to FFT, an anti-technology-group with a violent actions record, his initial profile is a local loner, smart, organized, aloof, possibly self-employed, moody...
A bomber contacts the media stating that a bomb will go off on a bus "where it all started", he not specifying to what he is referring or where the location is. It ends up being Seattle, Washington. The bomb is a crude pipe bomb that was meant to inflict little damage. After the BAU get involved in the case, the unsub, stating that he is working on behalf of a larger group, contacts the BAU directly. Through the use of his self given code name Allegro, the BAU realize that the unsub and his group are anti-technology, and that the targets are specific people in the academic world rather than larger technological installations. Allegro is the main character in a novel titled Empty Planet by local Seattle author, Professor Ursula Kent. The novel describes a world being negatively taken over by technology, 12-year old Allegro saving the world from the technology. The unsub issues an anti-technology manifesto to the BAU that take passages straight from Empty Planet. The BAU will need the assistance of Professor Kent to figure out who the unsub is.
When a bomber targets Seattle, the BAU has to determine if it's a protest group or an individual with a much different agenda.
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