A federal jury today convicted Robert Doggart, 65, of Signal Mountain, Tennessee, of soliciting another person to violate federal civil rights laws by burning down a mosque in Islamberg, a hamlet outside Hancock, New York, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Tom Wheeler of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division and United States Attorney Nancy Stallard Harr of the Eastern District of Tennessee. Doggart also was found guilty of soliciting another person to commit arson and two counts of threatening to destroy a building by fire or an explosive.
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