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Stephanie Fassnacht reportedly told CBS Sunday Morning that she feels "no ill will" toward Karl Armstrong, one of the men who set off the bomb that killed her husband.

Armstrong, his brother Dwight, and fellow students David Fine and Leo Burt bombed the Army Math Research Center in protest of the Vietnam War on Aug. 24, 1970, killing 33-year-old researcher Robert Fassnacht.

Stephanie Fassnacht declined to be interviewed for the feature on the 41st anniversary of the bombing, but released this statement to the news show regarding Armstrong: "I would like him to know that I harbor no ill will towards him - and I never did."

CBS interviewed Karl Armstrong and Mayor Paul Soglin, who was a student anti-war protester.

Fassnacht and her family have largely avoided the media in an effort to move on with their lives, her daughter Heidi told the State Journal last year.

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