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Feb 23, 2010 1:06 PM

Husband of Alabama professor wanted "revenge"

Documents obtained by The Associated Press reveal the husband of the Alabama professor accused of gunning down three colleagues once said he wanted violent revenge on a doctor who gave his wife a bad job review. 

Amy Bishop is charged with killing three colleagues at the University of Alabama-Huntsville on Feb. 12. Investigative files released Tuesday show that Bishop and her husband, James Anderson, were questioned in 1993 in the attempted mail bombing of Dr. Paul Rosenberg of Boston's Children's Hospital.  Rosenberg says he played a role in Bishop's resignation as a research fellow.

A pipe bomb package was sent to his home weeks later.  The files show Anderson told a witness he wanted to get back at Rosenberg by shooting, bombing, stabbing or strangling him. The couple were never charged. The Boston Globe first reported the content of the files.

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