Hostage-taker at Clinton's 2007 Campaign Office Escapes

Image: Hostage-taker at Clinton's 2007 Campaign Office Escapes Dec. 4, 2007 photo of Leeland Eisenberg talking about strapping a fake bomb to himself and taking people hostage at the Rochester, N.H. presidential campaign office of Hillary Rodham Clinton, during an interview at the Strafford County Jail in Dover, N.H.

Monday, 08 Apr 2013 06:25 AM

 

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A man who took several hostages in 2007 at a New Hampshire presidential campaign office for then-U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton was reported missing Sunday from a halfway house, authorities said.

Leeland Eisenberg, 52, has been serving a 3 1/2- to 7-year sentence for the incident in Rochester, New Hampshire, in which he claimed to be wearing a bomb that turned out to be road flares.

Eisenberg was not in his room at the Calumet Transitional Housing Unit, a halfway house in Manchester, when a regular headcount was taken, the New Hampshire Department of Corrections said in a statement.

Eisenberg is eligible for parole in August and his maximum release date is February 2017, the department said.

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