The FBI on Thursday revealed age-processed images of a suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing, more than 50 years after a bombing on the University of Wisconsin campus during the Vietnam War that killed a researcher.
Suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing at the University of Wisconsin; Age-Processed Images of a Suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing Revealed
Leo Burt the suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing and the last person wanted by the FBI and was added to the FBI’s most wanted list as soon as Sterling Hall was bombed in 1970. Burt the suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing a rower who had grown up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and had attended Wisconsin on ROTC scholarship disappeared. He was referred to as Wisconsin’s state ghost by a former prosecutor.
For several years following the bombing the FBI received numerous tips and reports about the suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing of sightings from all over the world. While some believe the suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing is deceased others liken him to D.B. Cooper the hijacker who made off with $200,000 after jumping off of an airplane. The FBI is still offering $150,000 for information that results in Burt the suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing arrest.
2 Counts of Bombing Incident by the Suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing
The Army Math Research Center at the university was located in Sterling Hall. The bombers parked a stolen van there loaded with fuel and fertilizer before lighting the fuse early on August 24, 1970 which was the most devastating terrorist act in American history until the bombing in Oklahoma City in 1995. Graduate student Robert Fassnacht was killed in the bombing in Oklahoma City in 1995. He was conducting research late at night. It also cost millions of dollars in damage and caused injuries to other persons. After attempting to live underground three of the four wanted guys were eventually apprehended. They were found guilty, had brief prison sentences and then got back to living. And still Leo Burt one of the suspect in Vietnam War Era Bombing was still sought by the police.