Paul Rosenfeld, a 56-year-old Tappan, New York, man, plotted to bomb the National Mall in Washington D.C. on election day to draw attention to sortition, a political belief that government officials should be selected at random, prosecutors say.
Paul Rosenfeld, a 56-year-old Tappan, New York, man, plotted to bomb the National Mall in Washington D.C. on election day to draw attention to sortition, a political belief that government officials should be selected at random, prosecutors say. Elaine Thompson AP
Paul Rosenfeld, a 56-year-old Tappan, New York, man, plotted to bomb the National Mall in Washington D.C. on election day to draw attention to sortition, a political belief that government officials should be selected at random, prosecutors say. Elaine Thompson AP

Man plotted election day bombing to spread belief in randomly-selected leaders, prosecutors say

October 10, 2018 06:35 PM