By JILL ZEMAN BLEED
Associated Press Writer
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas doctor accused of seeking revenge on a state medical board that repeatedly disciplined him was found guilty Monday of masterminding a homemade bomb attack that disfigured and partially blinded the board's chairman.
A federal jury convicted Dr. Randeep Mann, 52, of using a weapon of mass destruction and destroying a vehicle with an explosive in the February 2009 attack that nearly killed Dr. Trent Pierce. Mann, a federal firearms dealer, also was convicted of illegally possessing 98 grenades and a machine gun. He was acquitted of illegally possessing a shotgun.
He faces up to life in prison for the weapon of mass destruction charge when he is sentenced on a later date.