http://www.azcentral.com, by Ofelia Madrid
A federal court judge on Tuesday imposed a 40-year sentence on a White supremacist who was behind a 2004 bombing that seriously injured Scottsdale's diversity director.
A jury found Dennis Mahon, 61, guilty in February of conspiracy to damage buildings and property by means of explosives, malicious damage of a building by means of explosives, and distribution of information related to explosives.
Mahon was sentenced to 40 years in prison for the first two counts and 33 months for the third count, all to be served concurrently.
His twin brother, Daniel, was found not guilty of a single count, conspiracy to damage buildings and property.
Dennis Mahon maintained his innocence in court moments before he was sentenced.
"I didn't do this crime. I can't apologize for something I didn't do,'' he said.