Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Just A Coincidence, I'm Sure

Bank of America Building in Seattle is firebombed: Seattle fire investigators are looking into whether a fire at a Bank of America branch in Seattle's Madison Park neighborhood was intentionally set. The fire was reported at around 2 a.m. Wednesday at the bank located in the 4100 block of East Madison Street. When fire fighters arrived, they say an ATM outside the bank was smoldering and fire had spread to the interior of the building. "We believe the fire started at the ATM and it is considered suspicious," said Kyle Moore, spokesman for the Seattle Fire Department. "ATMs don't typically spontaneously combust in the middle of the night." Meanwhile, a suspect has been arrested in the firebombing of the World Trade Center in Portland:
This morning, Wednesday November 9, 2011, Portland Police officers arrested 29-year-old David Joseph Hodson for throwing a Molotov cocktail at the World Trade Center, located at 121 Southwest Salmon Street, in the late evening hours of Tuesday November 8. Officers obtained a very good description of the suspect and later located him within the Occupy Portland encampments. Hodson has been booked into the Multnomah County Jail for Arson in the First Degree, Manufacturing a Destructive Device, Possession of a Destructive Device, and Criminal Mischief in the Second Degree.
The Portland Obamaville was nearby:
Police spokesman Lt. Robert King said the Molotov cocktail caused minor damage to an external stairwell at the World Trade Center building. The office building is located one block east of the two parks where Occupy protesters have been for more than a month.

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