Here are the documents that the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives released to the Globe on Monday in response to the newspaper's request for information related to the investigation into the December 1993 attempted mail bombing of Dr. Paul Rosenberg at his Newton home.
Amy Bishop, the biology professor accused in a shooting rampage in Alabama, and her husband, James E. Anderson, were suspects in the case, but were never charged. Based on a review of these documents, the Globe reported today that a witness told investigators in 1993 that Anderson had said he “wanted to get back at’’ the doctor by shooting, bombing, stabbing, or strangling him.
The posted documents do not include hand-numbered page 46 because of to a clerical error.
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