A federal jury has found Randeep Mann, MD, guilty on all but one count related to the February 2009 bombing of Arkansas State Medical Board Chair Trent P. Pierce, MD, who nearly died in the blast.
Among other charges, jurors found Dr. Mann, an internist from London, Ark., guilty of using a “weapon of mass destruction” in the bombing that targeted Dr. Pierce. That count alone carries a potential life sentence, said Cherith Beck, public information officer for the Eastern District of Arkansas U.S. Attorney’s Office, which brought the case against Dr. Mann. The verdict was delivered Aug. 9.
The whole shebang.