White supremacist sentenced; sought attack on juror
(MCT) — CHICAGO — Two years after being convicted of soliciting violence against a federal jury foreman, white supremacist William White was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison Wednesday by a federal judge, as his lawyers, family and the assistant U.S. attorneys who prosecuted him looked on.
But absent from the hearing was the man White had targeted for violence, Mark Hoffman. Though he testified at White’s 2011 trial and was in the courtroom to hear the guilty verdict returned — breaking into a wide smile and fighting tears — Hoffmann could not bring himself to return to the U.S. Dirksen Courthouse Wednesday.
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