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15 massive blasts in Guangxi, China: At least 6 killed, 13 injured, police blame explosive parcels

RT

At least six people were killed and dozens injured after parcels containing explosives caused massive explosions in Liucheng county and Liuzhou city, in China’s north-central Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, CCTV reported. A suspect has been identified.

Up to 15 explosions were heard across the city between 3.15pm and 5pm.  

Of those killed, five were certified dead at the blast sites, and one died after being rescued.

The locations included a shopping mall, a prison, a county government office, a supermarket, a transport station, a hospital, a staff dormitory of animal husbandry, a vegetable market, and a disease control center.

Local authorities activated an emergency alert, saying the explosions were triggered by parcel bombs. They called on the public not to open any parcels.

The suspect has reportedly been identified as a 33-year-old man from Liucheng county with the surname of Wei, Channel News Asia correspondent Jeremy Koh stated on Twitter.

He added that the incident was apparently provoked by a medical dispute, and that the suspect wanted to take revenge on society.

http://www.rt.com/news/317030-china-massive-blasts-liuzhou/

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4 Responses to 15 massive blasts in Guangxi, China: At least 6 killed, 13 injured, police blame explosive parcels

  1. doug says:

    Yeh. Every disgruntled person has access to the knowledge, and explosives to do this! Hello! More in fighting going on. And of course, grandiose murder/sacrifices. Since the Satanists here haven’t been able to pull off a new civil war, they operate in other countries. They love death and destruction. If I were tasked with investigations, I would always first look into the Zionist/Jew connection.

  2. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “Up to 15 explosions were heard across the city between 3.15pm and 5pm.”

    Well coordinated.

    “A suspect has been identified.”

    Doubtful (patsy).

  3. NC says:

    “He added that the incident was apparently provoked by a medical dispute, and that the suspect wanted to take revenge on society.”

    1. An outbreak of incidents like this in China never are provoked by a simple “medical dispute”.

    2. Normal Chinese people don’t have access to exploding parcels in China.

    3. Normal Chinese people aren’t this coordinated in their attacks.

    4. Sounds like Wei is another infamous false flag patsy.

    5. It sounds like the Zionists are trying to encourage the Chinese government to start their own little false flag sponsored terror campaigns now, too because this has false flag written all over it.

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