Hailed a hero, homeless man who found bombs by New Jersey train station gets apartment, job prospects

(Source: Washington Post, September 24, 2016)

WASHINGTON, D.C. Lee Parker needed a backpack for a job interview the next day. He had been homeless for several years and carried his few possessions in a plastic bag. So when he and a friend came across a new backpack sitting atop a garbage can next to the Elizabeth, N.J., train station last Sunday night, it was like divine intervention. He picked it up and they walked a bit. It was only when he looked inside that he saw a maze of wires hooked up to makeshift pipe bombs.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016
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