UK Court Convicts Letter Bomber Who Attacked Orchid Cellmark, Other DNA Testing Shops | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — A UK court has recently convicted a letter bomber who attacked an Orchid Cellmark facility among several other targets because he was concerned about the country’s increasing reliance on DNA for surveillance, according to local media reports.
 
One such bomb exploded in Orchid Cellmark’s offices in Abingdon Jan. 18, slightly injuring a pregnant receptionist, according to The Guardian
 

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