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Viva_La_Revolution Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-11 08:30 PM
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Suspected attempted bomber (CO mall) on parole for bank robbery
Source: Denver Post

Earl Albert Moore, 65, served a federal prison sentence for bank robbery and was released just seven days before authorities believe he left a poorly crafted bomb in a stairwell in Jefferson County's Southwest Plaza Mall.

Authorities found a small fire, two propane tanks and a crude pipe bomb on Wednesday, the anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre, which prompted mass evacuations and put a community on edge.

Records from the Federal Bureau of Prisons show Moore was released from custody April 13 and remained on supervised parole at the time of the alleged bomb attempt.

Read more: http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_17919613
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Ian David Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-11 08:31 PM
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1. I'd say his rehabilitation didn't quite take. n/t
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Historic NY Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-11 09:09 PM
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3. 65 no job I'd say he wanted 3 hots & a cot & medical.
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Ex Lurker Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-11 10:26 PM
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6. ditto. an institutional man. as bad as prison is, living on the outside is even scarier to him nt
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provis99 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-11 08:59 PM
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2. geez; these clowns always have redneck names like "Earl".
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era veteran Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-11 09:54 PM
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4. Judgmental much?
What the fuck does a name have to do with anything. How many DU folks may have that name? Try again.
Earl (given name)
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Earl
Look up Earl in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
Earl is a popular English given name meaning "warrior" or "nobleman"<1>. Some of the holders of this name are:
"Big" Earl, a fictional alien from the video game ToeJam & Earl and its sequels
Earl, fictional character in Rocko's Modern Life
Earl Abell (18921956), American football player
Earl Amyotte, pro-life activist
Earl E. Anderson (born 1919), American general
Earl Anthony (19382001), professional bowler
Earl Armstrong (died 1986) Canadian politician
Earl I. Anzai, American politician
Earl Averill (19021983), professional baseball player
Earl Edwin Austin, American criminal
Earl Babbie (born 1938), sociologist
Earl Bakken (born 1924), inventor of the transistorized pacemaker
Earl Balfour (born 1933) professional ice hockey player
Earl Banks (died 1993), American football coach
Earl Barish, Canadian businessman
Earl Barrett (born 1967) former footballer
Earl Barron (born 1981), professional basketball player
Earl Bassett, fictional character in Tremors
Earl Battey (19352003), professional baseball player
Earl Holmes Bell (born 1955) pole vaulter
Earl Bennett (born 1987) American football player
Earl Derr Biggers (18841933), American novelist and playwright
Earl Billings (born 1945), Actor
Earl Bird, a fictional character in the comic strip, Motley's Crew
Earl Black (born 1942), Professor
Earl Blaik (18971989), American football coach
Earl Blumenauer (born 1948), American politician
Earl Boen (born 1945), American actor
Earl Bostic (19131965), American saxophonist
Earl Boykins (born 1976), professional basketball player for the Milwaukee Bucks
Earl Broady (19041992), police officer
Earl Browder (18911973), American communist
Earl Brown (19162003), American football coach
Earl Brydges, American politician
Earl "Butch" Buchholz (born 1940) professional tennis player
Earl Butz (born 1909), American politician
Earl Caddock (18881950), professional wrestler
Earl Caldwell, journalist
Earl Welton Caldwell (19051981), professional baseball player
Earl Camembert, fictional character on SCTV
Earl Cameron (19152005), Canadian broadcaster
Earl Cameron (born 1917) British actor
Earl Campbell (born 1900), Professional ice hockey player
Earl Christian Campbell (born 1955), former professional football player
Earl Chudoff (19071993), American politician
Earl "Dutch" Clark (19061978), professional American football player
Earl Cochell (born 1922), American tennis player
Earl Cochran (born 1981), Professional American football player
Earl Cole, reality TV contestant, winner of Survivor: Fiji
Earl Collins (18951958), Canadian politician
Earl Conrad, author
Earl Cook (19081996), professional baseball player
Earl Cooper (18861965), American racecar driver
Marion Earl Cooper (born 1957), professional American football player
Earl Cranston (18401932), American bishop
Earl Cureton (born 1957), professional basketball player
Earl Dawson (19251987), Canadian politician
Earl Devore (18881928), American racecar driver
Earl Dittman, a film critic
Earl Dodge (born 1932), American politician
Earl Doherty, Canadian author
Earl Dotson (born 1970), American football player
Earl Douglas (radio), radio talk show producer
Earl Durand (19131939), American mountain man
Earl Duvall (died 1969), Animator
Earl Eby (18941970), American athlete
Earl Edwards, American songwriter
Earl Edwards, American football player
Earl Ehrhart, American politician
Earl Hancock Ellis (18801923) U.S. Marine Corps officer
Earl Emerson (born 1948), American novelist
Earl Everett (born 1984), American football player
Earl Faison (born 1939), professional American football player
Earl Ferrell (born 1958), professional American football player
Earl Gillespie (died 2003), American sportscaster
Earl Grant (19331970), American pianist
Earl G. Graves (born 1935), author, publisher, entrepreneur
Earl Grinols, professor
Earl Gros (born 1940), professional American football player
Earl Hamner (born 1923), a writer also known as "Earl Hammer, Junior".
Earl G. Harrison (18991955), American attorney
Earl Hebner, former WWE referee
Earl Hickey, a fictional character from the TV series My Name Is Earl
Earl Hindman, American actor
Earl F. Hilliard (born 1942), American politician
Earl Hines (19031983), jazz pianist
Earl Gladstone Hunt Jr (19182005), Methodist pastor
Earl Dewitt Hutto (born 1926), American politician
Earl Jones (born 1964), American track and field athlete
Earl Klugh (born 1954), jazz guitarist
Earl Floyd Kvamme (born 1938), American engineer
Earl "Curly" Lambeau (18981965), founder of the Green Bay Packers
Earl F. Landgrebe (19161986), American politician
Earl C. Latourette (died 1956), American judge
Earl Levine (born 1968), American entrepreneur
Earl McCarthy (born 1969), Irish freestyle swimmer
Earl D. McIntyre, Canadian politician
Earl C. Michener (18761957), American politician
Earl Monroe, Hall of fame basketball player
Earl "Madman" Muntz (19141987), merchandiser
Earl Pitts, fictional radio character
Earl Edwin Pitts, American spy
Earl Simmons, rapper better known as DMX
Earl Slipher (18831964), astronomer
Earl Calvin Smith, professional baseball player
Earl "Chinna" Smith, Jamaican guitarist
Earl T. Smith (19031991), American politician
Earl Smith III (born 1985), professional basketball player
Earl Stevens, rapper better known as E-40
Earl Stevens, Jr., E-40's son and producer better known as Droop-E
Earl Thomas Conley (born 1941), American country singer
Earl Van Dorn (18201863), former U.S Army officer
Earl Dominic Vernius, fictional character in Prelude to Dune
Earl Wilbur Sutherland Jr. (19151974), American psychologist
Earl Warren, former Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
Earl Watson (born 1979), professional basketball player for the Seattle Supersonics
Earl Williams, former major league baseball player
Earl Weaver (born 1930), former baseball manager of the Baltimore Orioles
Earl Wild (19152010), American pianist
Earl Wilson (19342005), former MLB pitcher
Earl Woods (19322006), father of Tiger Woods
Wentworth Earl M
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truthisfreedom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-11 10:11 PM
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5. You named Earl or somethin'?
Just askin'. 8^D
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era veteran Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-24-11 10:28 PM
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7. No, but I know an Earl or two.
Plenty of things like morals & issues to bash people on. Why use High School tactics? Seems counter to the principals of the big tent left.
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