LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Jurors heard from a gun dealer who said he sold nearly 100 grenades to Dr. Randeep Mann, who is accused in the bombing at the home of the state medical board chairman.
Mann's defense attorneys worked Friday to show inconsistencies between 71-year-old Lloyd Hahn's testimony and earlier statements to authorities. Mann is charged with illegally possessing 98 unregistered grenades, along with bombing charges in the explosion that hurt Dr. Trent Pierce.
U.S. District Judge Brian Miller asked jurors if they wanted to see the live grenades. Three jurors indicated they didn't want the live grenades in court, so Miller said pictures and testimony about the explosives would have to suffice.
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