Suspect identified in Wisconsin Planned Parenthood bombing, arrested on probation violation

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Please note: Blog headline edited to clarify.

Abortion providers have been threatened and killed, radical laws are being introduced, and more recently, a Wisconsin Planned Parenthood building was bombed. Gee, that could be why the term "War on Women" became the Twitter hashtag used to describe the assault on women's reproductive rights, ya think?

The FBI and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms are involved in the latest investigation, and an arrest has been made of a man who placed a handmade bomb on the clinic's window sill.

There was a surveillance video of someone placing the explosive device at the scene, and of an SUV that was in a crash that occurred not long after the Planned Parenthood explosion. The man involved in the accident was arrested.

PostCrescent.com has more:

Police said today they identified the man after reviewing surveillance footage.

The man was booked into the Outagamie County Jail on Monday evening on a probation violation. No charges have yet been referred to prosecutors.

“The focus today is to determine what else we can discover that might link this person to the situation,” said Grand Chute Police Chief Greg Peterson.

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