A Children’s Hospital doctor who’d worked with Amy Bishop, the Braintree native accused of killing three colleagues in Alabama, said a “thorough investigation” is needed to assure “no one else (is) victimized by such senseless violence.”
A doctor who had been one of Amy Bishop instructors during her doctoral studies said a “thorough investigation” is needed to assure “no one else (is) victimized by such senseless violence.”
In 1993, a mail bomb was sent to the Newton home of Dr. Paul Rosenberg. The bomb did not go off but could have had it been opened differently.
Bishop and her husband were questioned in the bomb case, but no one was ever charged.
Rosenberg was a Harvard Medical School professor when Bishop was a doctoral student there. He still holds that position on the faculty and practices at Children’s Hospital in Boston.
In a statement released Thursday by Children’s Hospital, Rosenberg explained how his family called police, who alerted federal authorities, after the attempted 1993 bombing.
Rosenberg referenced last week’s shooting at the University of Alabama, Huntsville, expressing sympathy after three people were killed and another three wounded. Bishop is charged in those cases.
“We hope that there is a thorough investigation into this recent crime, so that no one else will be victimized by such senseless violence,” he said.
The Patriot Ledger