Skip to comments.Standoff at Clinton campaign office ends: suspect now in custody
Posted on 11/30/2007 10:32:34 AM PST by raccoonradio
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I missed the whole day of news, where a schizophrenic off his meds is able to take over the Clinton campaign Headquarters...THANK GOD! I was spared.
The Krintons assure organizational loyalty through hiring felons and thugs nobody else will hire. Works like magic.
I’ll have to look
I am planning to be in Plymouth by 11. I’ll be parked somewhere around the common. Andy, are you coming? Sure love to have you. Real easy place to get to. I’ll go onto the NH section and post directions again. Or did I already do that?
We’ll FReep them peaceniks!
LOL,,,Nope,,,I’m still rite here,,,I think ?...;0)
...what’s a Bill O’Reilly type?
Ah, that's the same address for the Lisa A. Warren in Rochester I found.
Lots of speculation but oh so many coincidences that one can’t help but wonder. It’s not as though we’d be surprised if it were an arranged situation.
What did CNN say?
Some reporter mentioned the lawsuit and its allegations, age similarities, and then that they called that Eisenberg’s lawyer on the abuse case who would not confirm or deny that it was the same person.
And now this...Eisenberg working with CNN?
Now Revealed: Eisenberg, Hostage Taker at Clinton Office, Called CNN During the Crisis
By E&P Staff
Published: November 30, 2007 6:40 PM ET
NEW YORK Leeland Eisenberg, who held several campaign workers hostage all afternoon at a Hillary Clinton storefront in Rochester, N.H., surrendered to police at 6:15 this evening. Cable news caught the arrest as it happened, with Lee Eisenberg, in a white shirt and tie, emerging, going to his knees, getting handcuffed and taken to a police car.
No one was hurt in the entire affair. Three or four hostages had been released over time. Sen. Clinton was in Virginia.
Minutes later, Wolf Blitzer on CNN’s Situation Room revealed that the man had called the CNN bureau in Washington during the crisis and talked to staffers — not Blitzer. The CNN anchor also said that Eisenberg had called another CNN office, which he did not identify, as well.
He said the cable news network decided not to reveal this before so it would not interfere with any negotiations.
I saw Hillary’s appearance. She couldn’t say two words before she uttered, “I...uhmm...ahh...” She said uhm...ahh 75 times! She could rest her gaze on anyone, either. On that basis alone, America will reject her. She’s so alienated from everyone and everything. She really is the unhappiest person in the world.
Ultimately, tho, Fox was faster than CNN/MSNBC on this issue (uncovering the suspect’s identity).
Weird. Fox did mention Troy Stanley (??) but really zeroed in on Leland Eisenberg when all the facts were in.
Excellent journalism and it looks like a scoop. Am I wrong in thinking this?
Hee hee - perhaps you have an *admirer*? Example:
I have the Rochester voter list on a computer in my office. I’ll check and see what I can find out about this guy tomorrow afternoon.
Here is a clue Liberals babies:
The next time a mental patient (you call them "Homeless") walks into your office wearing road flares with duct tape:
Be a man and use one of these on him:
“Someone trying to get their testicles back?”
I have never laughed so hard in my life. First, because it’s clearly a testicle issue for the hostage taker and second, because Hillary’s N.H. headquarters is logically the place to find such a lock box. Oh my....
How do I relate this to my co-workers on Monday? They’ll never get it because they’re all dims.
Hillary tried to milk the opportunity but she just put the press to sleep. “Uhmm, ahh” for every other word and eyes scanning, scanning. She looks like a near-sighted duck hunter.
If CNN recorded their phone call, expect them to copyright it as NBC did with the Virginia Tech shooter’s care package.
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