Ever since Joe Stack was identified as the man who crashed a small plane into an office building in Austin, Texas today, his website has been taken down from the Internet. Stack committed suicide in the act, and a couple of people were taken to the hospital after the crash -- thus, due to the sensitive nature of the event, the website is no longer available to access. Joe Stack's website, Embeddedart.com, is where he left his manifesto that referenced his impending death. He vented...Read Full Story
Police believe they've identified the man who flew a small plane into an Austin, Texas building today, killing himself and putting hundred in danger. His name is Joe Stack, and he had some serious criticisms of the government; in fact, the building he crashed the plane into housed offices of the IRS, the object of Stack's fury. Apparently Stack burned down his own house before crashing the plane. Authorities have found a web page he was using as his personal manifesto explaining his...Read Full Story
Joe Stack has been identified as the man the FBI believes was responsible for the plane that crashed into an Austin, Texas office building today. According to CBSNews.com, Stack is thought to have burned his house down before crashing a plane into the complex, which houses offices of the IRS. The connection with the IRS is no coincidence, apparently. Stack has a website that's been taken down since the incident, but it used to include a rant against the government agency. It was created...Read Full Story
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