Secret Forest Society/Sociedade Secreta Silvestre

Radical Environmentalists Detonate Bomb, Threaten Violence at the Rio OlympicsOn 1 August 2016, days before the Olympic Games in Rio  de Janeiro, a pressure cooker bomb detonated outside a shopping mall in Brasilia, capital of Brazil. A radical environmentalist group called the Secret Forest Society claimed responsibility for the bomb, and in a manifesto posted online days after the event, threatened more bombings and violence at the Olympic Games (see Manifesto below). Despite the lack of casualties, the group has promised to hone its craft and inflict more damage."The Brazilian authorities have prepared the best they can against the potential attacks of ISIS and they even detained some of its cells here in Brazil. But they weren’t expecting the eco-extremists."Indiscriminate War on "Civilization"The group pledges to exploit security breaches and  bomb Olympic events and the "mobile and stationary targets" surrounding the Games. Innocent bystanders won't be spared:…

Secret Forest Society/Sociedade Secreta Silvestre, also known as The Individualists Tending Toward the Wild, ITS Brazil  is a group formed c. 2016.
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