White supremacist sentenced to 40 years in jail for Domestic terrorism in Arizona

Dennis Mahon is a white supremacist who was sentenced to 40 years in jail, after a bomb attack known as the Oklahoma City bombing. Mahon is 61 years old, and found guilty after a six-week trial.  The attack is being called an “act of domestic terrorism.”  He has an identical twin brother, Daniel Mahon, who also faced a charge in the case but was ultimately acquitted of conspiracy to damage buildings and property.  See:

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