Jury Reaches Verdict Against Ku Klux Klan Leader

Hull Faces Up To 120 Years In Jail

WPXI.com/May 28, 2004

Washington County, Pa. -- Friday, a jury reached a verdict in the federal trial of a Washington County Ku Klux Klan leader.

David Hull was found guilty on seven of 10 charges of making pipe bombs and also teaching others to do so at his Amwell Township home.

His fiancee, Yvonne Stanley, told Channel 11 News a much different story.

"I don't believe he taught anybody anything that they couldn't learn themselves. I don't believe (he) taught anybody to do anything," Stanley said.

Hull faces up to 120 years in jail.

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