Man convicted in 1970 Wisconsin bombing arrested in Chicago
May 22, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- One of the men convicted in the deadly 1970 bombing at the University of Wisconsin Madison was arrested last week in Chicago.
Karl Armstrong, 65, was taken into custody after authorities found $800,000 in the motor home he was driving. That arrest led to a search of the trailer where Armstrong lives in Madison, Wisconsin for evidence of marijuana trafficking. No marijuana was found.
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