Monday, April 25, 2011

Columbine Anniversary Bombing Suspect Identified

Colorado authorities have identified the man they believe was responsible for an attempted bombing of a Colorado shopping mall on the anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre. The mall was just miles from the school. From the CNN story:
The FBI Denver Joint Terrorism Task Force identified the subject of a nationwide manhunt as Earl Albert Moore, 65. 
Authorities, who released more photos of the suspect, said he has an extensive criminal background and multiple recognizable tattoos. They also said he should be considered armed and dangerous. 
According to the source, Moore was released from an unknown federal prison on April 13.
This one is an odd one. He was released from prison just a week before the bombing and struck on the anniversary of the Columbine shootings. The Denver FBI website has photos of Moore and his tattoos on it's website. You can view them here.

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