'Bishop bomber' sentence hearing begins
April 19, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A sentence hearing began for the so-called "bishop bomber."
Recently, John Tomkins was convicted of mailing pipe bombs to companies in Chicago and Kansas City in 2007. The former part-time mail carrier also sent out threatening letters to the company and tried to manipulate their stock prices.
The letters were signed "the bishop."
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