The man who held hostages Friday at a New Hampshire campaign office of Sen. Hillary Clinton alleged in a 2002 lawsuit that he was raped by a parish priest.
On Friday, 46-year-old Leeland Eisenberg walked into the office with what he said was a bomb strapped to his chest. It turned out to be road flares held with duct tape, police said.
Five people inside the office, including a small child, were eventually released unharmed by the time the incident ended more than five hours later. Read full article »
CNN's Jason Caroll and Susan Chun contributed to this report.