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Convicted 1990s North Carolina mail bomber resentenced

February 28, 2023

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A man convicted for some central North Carolina mail bombings in 1995 that severely injured his wife and damaged an office building has been resentenced to more prison time after two of his previous convictions were vacated

NEW BERN, N.C. (AP) — A man convicted of mail bombings in North Carolina’s capital city nearly three decades ago that severely injured his wife and damaged an office building has been resentenced to more prison time after two of his previous convictions were vacated.

Stephan M. Bullis should remain behind bars for another 10 years, U.S. Attorney Michael Easley Jr. said on Monday after Bullis was resentenced last week to 37 1/2 years in prison for the remaining four counts on which he was convicted in 1996.

A federal jury found Bullis guilty on counts related to mailing two pipe bombs he sent on or around July 7, 1995 to his then-wife, Tracy, who was an employee at Business Telecom Inc., a long-distance telephone company, and to another BTI employee.

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