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He sat alone at his table for hours. His chair would occasionally rock back as the utmost in precision and care was spent at his craft. It was dangerous work, the kind of work that if it goes wrong there are truly disastrous consequences. And so he worked alone, isolated from the world, until it was time. And at that moment, having written his masterpiece, he went to the post office and deposited his work: bombs. Bombs set to go off and kill innocent civilians. And according to a New York Criminal Defense Lawyer he’s known today by one name: the Unabomber and now, if you want, you can sit where he sat, eat where he ate, and sleep where he slept – that’s right, the Unabomber’s house is for sale. Gun Possession is often charged in Nassau and Suffolk Counties to get people like the bomber off the street.

Sure, living in an isolated tract of land in the middle of nowhere Montana (is there any other place in Montana?) may not sound appealing, but for less than seventy thousand dollars you can own a piece of American history – at least, that’s how the real estate agent is selling it in the ad that has been placed, notes a NYC Criminal Defense Lawyer. The land is mostly ripped free of the original shack, but there still remains a few walls and a roof. A tree has been spray painted FBI, which could make for an interesting conversation starter.

It is said to be an excellent location for hunting and fishing, but one suspects that it’s ideal for writing.

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A man in Queens was stabbed to death when two armed men broke into his apartment and bound him and his mother, sources told New York Criminal Lawyers.

The 32-year-old victim died after being stabbed in the back several times. His mother told New York Criminal Lawyers he owed someone money, after the terrifying home invasion.

The victim’s mother, a gray-haired woman who needs a walker to get around, was not injured in the attack.

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Chris Herren who played in the NBA was arrested after his car crashed into a pole. He was found unconscious from an overdose of drugs and a large amount of heroin was uncovered in the car. He was also charged with DWI/DUI.

Police reported that they found the heroin in a small blue and a a hypodermic needle was also in the car. It was pretty obvious that the basketball player was overdosed.

The ex Celtic and Denver Nugget was taken to the Charlton Memorial Hospital and was said to be in decent shape. No court date is on the calender for the charges he faces which include possession of a class A drug and reckless driving of an automobile.

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