John McArdle

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Phil Thompson, a top aide to a US Senator was charged with a felony crime today for bringing a loaded gun into a Senate office building.

Webb's Aide Arrested for Carrying the Boss' Gun to Work

Phil Thompson, a top aide to a US Senator was charged with a felony crime today for bringing a loaded gun into a Senate office building.

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