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Letter bombs have such wide-reaching, destabilising impacts and unfortunately the repercussions will continue well after the cameras have left the doors of the DVLA.
It is understood the men and women are also being questioned over the sending of letter bombs to armed forces recruitment centres in Oxford, Slough, Chatham, Canterbury, Brighton and Aldershot.
Speaking to The Journal, Fr Lapsley said: "The letter bomb was the turning point in my life - anything that is life-threatening is life-changing.
Prominent fans of the Celtic Football Club have been warned to exercise caution after potentially lethal letter bombs were sent to the team's manager, Neil Lennon, as well as to two high-profile fans, Lennon's lawyer Paul McBride QC and Trish Godman, a Labour member of the Scottish parliament.
The last letter bomb to explode in England before today was in Birmingham last December when Mr.
Richard Gorringe - Mr Gorringe was hurt on February 6 by a letter bomb sent to Vantis, an accountancy firm based in Wokingham, Berkshire.
1982: A letter bomb addressed to Margaret Thatcher exploded in Downing Street.
Italian police discovered and defused a bomb at the Rome office of Iberia on 13 December, and a letter bomb addressed to Iberia was defused by police at Milan's Malpensa airport on 14 December.
In 1965 there is Kikuji Kawada's book commemorating the atomic attack on Hiroshima, The Map, described by Aletti as "part surprise package, part letter bomb.
A MAN has been remanded in custody after being charged with a string of letter bomb attacks.
Detectives were called in after a letter bomb exploded in the hands of an elderly man from east Dorset, and are "urging the public to treat any suspicious packages with caution" after a further three packages were intercepted.
Having lost both hands and an eye to a letter bomb, Father Lapsley, himself a victim of the struggle against apartheid, is in a special position to make reconciliation meaningful.