Serial Bomber in Austin, Texas is Finished

By Mike Curtis:

There have been a lot of rumors about the facts of the “serial bomber” who caused havoc and sleepless nights for many people in Austin, Texas this past week. When I first started asking some of my colleagues about the bombings a lot of information was unclear. Some of them said he worked for FedEx, some said they caught him earlier in the week. If you ask anyone how many bombs have gone off I have heard anywhere from 2 all the way to 10. One thing in common in all these conversations is that there is a lot of unclear information about what is going on in Austin, Texas. The purpose of this article is to provide all my readers with all the facts. Any one that has any questions about this incident will learn everything that they need to know from this article.

Austin police and federal agents identify the serial bomber as Mark Anthony Conditt, 24, and say he is responsible for killing two people and injuring several others. In total, there were 5 bombs that went off in the city, and the killer used intricate ways of detonating them. Some bombs were shipped in FedEx packages, one even detonated inside of the FedEx warehouse.

The bombs were also very close together in the city. Here’s a tweet examining the date and the location of where the bombs went off.

After the suspect terrorized the city for the last three weeks, the city can finally sleep. The suspect detonated a bomb inside his own car after being approached by Austin SWAT team members. These are the facts of the serial bombings of Austin, Texas. Anyone who reads this article should now have a fair understanding of what occurred in the last three weeks.

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