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Friday, 24 September 2010

Recordings disputed in bombing case (USA)

Recordings made by a paid informant should not be used at the trial of white supremacist twin brothers charged with an Arizona bombing, lawyers say.

U.S. District Judge David Campbell heard evidence Wednesday on the role Rebecca Williams played in building a case against Dennis and Daniel Mahon, The Arizona Republic reported. The brothers allegedly carried out a 2004 bombing aimed at Don Logan, then the diversity director in Scottsdale.

Williams acknowledged she was paid for getting close to the Mahons and said Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents promised her $100,000 if they were convicted.

"I'm a girl, and they're guys," she said. "Guys like to talk to pretty girls."

Deborah Williams, representing Dennis Mahon, described the informant's operation as "an emotional assault on Mr. Mahon that was both outrageous and 'shocking to the universal sense of justice.'"

The 60-year-old brothers are scheduled to go on trial next year. Campbell said he expects to rule this week on the motion to suppress the recordings.

Investigators say the brothers are close to White Aryan Resistance and have acknowledged white supremacist views.

Logan, who was severely injured in the bombing, now works for Glendale, Ariz.