Suspect in Clinton campaign office standoff will get mental evaluation

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December 3, 2007 23:11

 
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A judge ordered a mental evaluation Monday for a man accused of taking workers hostage at a Hillary Rodham Clinton campaign office, and his attorney said the man saw visions directing him to "sacrifice himself" to bring awareness to mental health issues. Leeland Eisenberg, 46, was accused of walking into the office Friday afternoon with what looked like a bomb duct-taped to his chest. After demanding to speak to the US Democratic presidential candidate about mental health care, authorities said, he held campaign workers hostage for hours. Eisenberg, who faces charges including kidnapping, criminal threatening and fraudulent use of a bomb-like device, was ordered held on $500,000 bond. "I want to make sure that this man doesn't go anywhere until he is dealt with properly," Rochester District Court Judge Daniel Cappiello said.

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