Thursday, February 18, 2010

Andrew Stack Torched His House With Two People Still Inside Before Embarking on His Suicide Plane Attack

Andrew Stack, the man suspected of intentionally flying single engine plane in to an Austin IRS building (his manifesto), lit his house on fire before going on his suicide mission with two people still inside (step daughter and wife/girlfriend?). They both made it out alive.

"The fire, which happened around 9:15 a.m. in the Scofield Farms neighborhood, destroyed the $236k home that belonged to Joseph Stack, a local pilot. Stack has not been located. Local officials have not confirmed to KXAN that there's a connection. Joseph A. Stack is a registered pilot of a Piper PA 28-236.

A 12-year-old girl and a woman were rescued from the burning house. The girl is presumed to be to Stack's stepdaughter. There has been no conformation that Stack is the pilot of the plane that crashed into the building, or that he was connected to the fire - other than reports by CNN from a federal official.

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