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Victim of Arizona bombing gives emotional testimony during trial of white supremacist brothers
PHOENIX (AP) ' A suburban Phoenix city official who was injured in a 2004 bombing attack believed to be racially motivated has described for jurors the terrifying moments after the blast.
Don Logan, who was Scottsdale's diversity director at the time, testified Wednesday in the federal trial of Dennis and Daniel Mahon, the 61-year-old white supremacist brothers accused of sending him the bomb because he's black.
Logan choked up as he spoke of the unbearable pain he felt after he opened a package that contained the bomb. He says he remembers running frantically down a hallway before kneeling down, hearing a secretary scream and looking down at his bloodied arm and hand.
Dennis and Daniel Mahon sat quietly and watched as Logan re-enacted opening the bomb for jurors. They have pleaded not guilty.