Two men have been indicted on conspiracy charges in connection with a diversity office bombing.
Wired PR News – Twin brothers have been indicted on conspiracy charges in connection to the 2004 bombing of a diversity office in Arizona. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Dennis and Daniel Mahon of Illinois, both said to be white supremacists, are accused of conspiring to damage property, after detonating a package containing explosives in the hands of the director of the Scottsdale Human Resources Complex.
As noted in the report, the diversity director, Don Logan, an African American, was injured in the February 2004 incident and subsequently hospitalized. Logan is quoted by the AP as stating of the arrest of the men on Thursday, “We’ve waited five years to hear the news announced today… Today’s announcement was met with much enthusiasm and appreciation … I remain convinced the judicial process will result in justice to me and my colleagues impacted by the blast.”