MOB CHASES ADMITTED ANARCHIST
WOMAN EXPLAINS HOW SHE WOULD HAVE DONE IT
MILITIA ASSURE ARREST IS IMMINENT
Two unruly gatherings of citizens - one just north of Central Station, and another near City Hall - were spotted pursuing a male in his mid 30s, allegedly under the belief he had admitted to anarchistic sympathies. It is currently unknown if the congruent incidents are related.
A young woman in the Gangplank Public House, on East Prince Dakkar in Clockhaven, also raised suspicious ire amongst her fellow patrons last evening whilst lecturing at length as to how she would have performed the bombing of the tracks in the Fells, north of the New Babbage walls.
When pressed to identify her political beliefs the woman politely refused, but denied a steadfast belief in anarchists and their craft.
An anarchist organization known as the Tiny Scallion Group has taken credit for the bombing of the tracks in the Fells. An source within the New Babbage Milita assures the Free Press that an arrest is imminent.