Clayton Bombing Suspect Admits To Crime

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CLAYTON, MO (KPLR)-The man accused of the 2008 bombing inside a Clayton, MO parking garage has pleaded guilty in federal court.  Milton "Skip" Ohlsen III,  41, was indicted June 30, 2011 on charges of being a felon in possession of an explosive; malicious use of an explosive device; use of a destructive device to commit a crime of violence; interstate transportation of an explosive with intent to cause injury; and possession of an unregistered destructive device. At that time, he entered a not guilty plea.

The bomb was placed in the garage of 190 Carondelet Plaza on Oct. 15, 2008.  It seriously injured lawyer John Gillis the next day. Prosecutors say Gillis was wounded by mistake. Police said the intended target was lawyer Richard J. Eisen.

More coverage: Clayton Bombing Suspect Expected In Court Wednesday

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