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Canadian women held for suspected firebombings

Two Canadian women accused of lobbing Molotov cocktails at Mexico City government offices can be held in custody for another 40 days without being charged, a judge ruled this week.

Media reports in Mexico suggest investigators from the Attorney General’s Office (PGR) are trying to ascertain whether Amélie Pelletier and Fallon Rouiller Poisson are guilty of a simple act of vandalism, or if they are affiliated with an anarchist organization of any kind.

According to reports from the capital, shortly after the fire bombings on January 6, police officers found the women in possession of a backpack containing bottles used for making explosive devices and “dark clothing” stained with blood.  A Mexican man was detained at the same time.

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