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December 23, 1989 | LEE MAY and SAM FULWOOD III, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As authorities ended a frantic week of mail-bomb investigations in the Deep South, another device exploded here Friday, injuring a judge, the third attack on court officials in seven days. Washington County Circuit Judge John Printz Corderman, 47, was taken to a hospital, suffering from wounds to his groin and fingers after he opened a brown paper-wrapped package bomb that was left on the doorstep of his third-floor apartment in downtown Hagerstown.
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December 26, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A judge injured by a bomb mailed to his home last week was well enough to leave Washington County Hospital on Christmas Day, but his destination was kept secret. Judge John Corderman, 47, was discharged under tight security after surgical removal of shrapnel from his abdomen was determined to be successful, officials said. "We do not know where the judge went," said Sheran White of the Hagerstown, Md., facility. "He said he would grant no interviews, at least today."
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December 26, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A judge injured by a bomb mailed to his home last week was well enough to leave Washington County Hospital on Christmas Day, but his destination was kept secret. Judge John Corderman, 47, was discharged under tight security after surgical removal of shrapnel from his abdomen was determined to be successful, officials said. "We do not know where the judge went," said Sheran White of the Hagerstown, Md., facility. "He said he would grant no interviews, at least today."
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December 24, 1989 | SAM FULWOOD III, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The package bomb that exploded in the hands of a Hagerstown, Md., judge is probably the work of a "copycat" who is not connected to those who sent four bombs from Georgia within the last two weeks, killing two people, federal officials said Saturday. The latest bombing victim, Washington County Circuit Court Judge John P. Corderman, 47, remained in stable condition and under armed guard at a local hospital Saturday after a pipe bomb exploded Friday afternoon at his apartment.
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December 24, 1989 | SAM FULWOOD III, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The package bomb that exploded in the hands of a Hagerstown, Md., judge is probably the work of a "copycat" who is not connected to those who sent four bombs from Georgia within the last two weeks, killing two people, federal officials said Saturday. The latest bombing victim, Washington County Circuit Court Judge John P. Corderman, 47, remained in stable condition and under armed guard at a local hospital Saturday after a pipe bomb exploded Friday afternoon at his apartment.
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December 23, 1989 | LEE MAY and SAM FULWOOD III, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As authorities ended a frantic week of mail-bomb investigations in the Deep South, another device exploded here Friday, injuring a judge, the third attack on court officials in seven days. Washington County Circuit Judge John Printz Corderman, 47, was taken to a hospital, suffering from wounds to his groin and fingers after he opened a brown paper-wrapped package bomb that was left on the doorstep of his third-floor apartment in downtown Hagerstown.
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