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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.
The team travels to Seattle after a bus gets blown up, while multiple news stations had received a phone call by a guy, saying he's going to blow up a bus if 'it' doesn't change. The team eventually finds out the guy is aiming for technolocigal targets, which leads them to believe he is anti technology, when there is in fact something entirely different going on in this guys mind.
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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