As previously reported by Town and Country - Manchester Patch, when was charged with five counts in connection to the bombing.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Ohlsen now claims evidence in the case against him is tainted because two attorneys, who previously represented him, contacted authorities about his possible involvement in the bombing after the incident. Ohlsen's attorneys now say those actions tainted evidence in the case and the attorneys violated client-attorney privileges, the Post-Dispatch reported.
Ohlsen, was indicted last July by a federal grand jury on one felony count each of transportation of explosives with intent to injure; malicious use of an explosive devise; use of a destructive device to commit a crime of violence; possession of an explosive; and possession of an unregistered destructive device.
He could face life in prison if found guilty of the five charges. Ohlsen is already serving time in the Missouri Department of Corrections prison system for being a felon in possession of firearms and mortgage fraud. According to prosecutors, Ohlsen reportedly submitted falsified documents in order to refinance his Town and Country home. According to online reports, Ohlsen also has a laundry list of questionable deals.
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