Clinton Office Hostage-Taker Is on the Lam, Yet Again

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FILE - In this Dec. 4, 2007 file photo, Leeland Eisenberg talks about strapping a fake bomb to himself and taking people hostage at the Rochester, N.H. presidential campaign office of Hillary Rodham Clinton, during an interview from the Strafford County Jail in Dover, N.H. Eisenberg, who took hostages at a Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign office in 2007, escaped from a minimum-security correctional facility on Sunday, April 7, 2013 authorities said. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File)
Leeland Eisenberg in court, describing how he strapped a fake bomb to himself and took people hostage in 2007. Photo: Jim Cole

On Sunday, Leeland Eisenberg, the man who took hostages six years ago in one of Hillary Clinton's campaign offices, escaped from a halfway house in Manchester, New Hampshire. Authorities say Eisenberg is not considered armed or dangerous (though he does have a history of mental illness, substance abuse, and parole violations, as well as two rape convictions, so that assessment sounds generous). When Eisenberg fled authorities in 2010 he was found in his house, so that's probably a good place to start looking.