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Prosecutor shows photos of bombed-out Ariz. officeProsecutor in Arizona bombing trial says suspect belonged to violent white supremacist group
PHOENIX (AP) ' Prosecutors in the federal trial of two white supremacist brothers say one of the accused men belonged to a group that encouraged members to act as "lone wolves" in committing violence against non-whites and the government.
Federal prosecutor John Boyle on Thursday morning showed Arizona jurors pictures of a black city official's office after it was bombed. He also played a recording of a message suspect Dennis Mahon left with the Scottsdale diversity office five months before the 2004 bombing.
Dennis and Daniel Mahon have pleaded not guilty in the attack in which a package detonated in the hands of Don Logan, Scottsdale's diversity director at the time. The package injured Logan's hand and arm and hurt a secretary.
Defense attorneys are scheduled to give their opening statement later Thursday.
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