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SC incendiary devices deployed at UC faculty
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Conan Knoll/Sentinel Staff writer Article Launched: 08/02/2008 04:29:01 PM PDT SANTA CRUZ - Firebombs were intentionally set on a porch and in a car belonging to two UC Santa Cruz researchers in separate incidents early this morning in what police have classified as acts of domestic terrorism. Police are calling at least one of the incidents attempted homicide. In one incident, a faculty member's home on Village Circle off High Street was intentionally firebombed at about 5:43 a.m., according to police. The address of the residence was one of those listed in threatening animal rights pamphlets found Tuesday in a downtown coffee shop. In the second incident at about the same time, a car parked in a faculty member's driveway on Dickens Way on campus was firebombed, police said.

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