This undated booking photo released by the Spokane County Sheriff's office, shows Kevin Harpham. The Spokane County Sheriff's Office has finally released booking photos of Harpham, the man accused of planting a bomb at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in January. But documents about the FBI investigation that led to the arrest of Harpham, 36, last month remain sealed at the request of federal prosecutors.
This undated booking photo released by the Spokane County Sheriff's office, shows Kevin Harpham. The Spokane County Sheriff's Office has finally released booking photos of Harpham, the man accused of planting a bomb at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in January. But documents about the FBI investigation that led to the arrest of Harpham, 36, last month remain sealed at the request of federal prosecutors. AP file, 2011
This undated booking photo released by the Spokane County Sheriff's office, shows Kevin Harpham. The Spokane County Sheriff's Office has finally released booking photos of Harpham, the man accused of planting a bomb at the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in January. But documents about the FBI investigation that led to the arrest of Harpham, 36, last month remain sealed at the request of federal prosecutors. AP file, 2011

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