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District Judge Brian Miller was expected to hear testimony and courtroom arguments this week before deciding whether the weapons — one shotgun, 83 machine guns, eight silencers and two receivers — should be turned over to the federal government or sold to collectors, with proceeds going to either Mann’s wife, the victim in the criminal case, or both. Instead, the parties jointly submitted lists of 36 agreed-upon facts concerning the machine guns and parts, and 20 agreed-upon facts regarding a 12-gauge shotgun, and asked the judge to consider those along with each party’s arguments, outlined in written briefs, to decide how to resolve the forfeiture effort. The government initially sought permission to keep and destroy the firearms, which aren’t illegal for individuals to own if they are properly registered, as they were to Mann, but that prosecutors say became illegally possessed by Mann’s wife when Mann was incarcerated and no longer in control of them. But Trent Pierce, the victim of a 2009 grenade explosion that led to a federal investigation of Mann and the subsequent seizure of the guns, objected to destroying the valuable collectors’ items that, if sold, could generate $1 million to $2 million to apply to a $122.5 million judgment he won against Mann. A Crittenden County Circuit Court jury awarded the judgment, consisting of both compensatory and punitive damages, after finding in favor of Pierce and his wife, Melissa, in connection with a lawsuit the couple filed against Mann over the bombing. http://epfacebook.eu/consultantinterviewcourse60648The civil trial was heard after a federal jury convicted Mann in 2010 of several felonies related to the bombing, primarily using a weapon of mass destruction. Mann was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. His wife, Sangeeta, was convicted of helping him obstruct the investigation, and served a year in prison. Pierce’s attorney, Robert Cearley of Little Rock, said Monday that attorneys had for weeks discussed the idea of submitting stipulated facts and briefs instead of having a bench trial, but the details didn’t get worked out until late Friday, and then the parties had to submit the plan to the judge, who agreed and canceled the trial. Cearley said the Pierces want Miller to appoint a trustee to take possession of the guns, which are being kept in a secret government location, and have them appraised and sold.

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