FILE - This undated file photo shows Jonathan Swapp, left, and Addam Swapp, right, enter a Coalville, Utah courtroom. Swapp, the man who bombed a Mormon church building and sparked a

 

              FILE - This undated file photo shows  Jonathan Swapp, left, and Addam Swapp, right, enter a Coalville, Utah courtroom.  Swapp, the man who bombed a Mormon church building and sparked a
FILE - This undated file photo shows Jonathan Swapp, left, and Addam Swapp, right, enter a Coalville, Utah courtroom. Swapp, the man who bombed a Mormon church building and sparked a 13-day standoff in 1988 that left a corrections officer dead at a polygamist compound, was released from prison on Tuesday, July 9, 2013, after more than 25 years behind bars. Swapp, 52, was accompanied by family members as he left Sanpete County Jail three months after members of the state board of pardons and parole approved his release, saying he had shown remorse for leading the standoff in Marion. (AP Photo/The Salt Lake Tribune, Lynn R. Johnson, file)