Kid-killing Minutewoman Shawna Forde's co-defendant, Jason Eugene Bush, was found guilty this morning in a Pima County Superior Court for the murders of an Arivaca man and his daughter in May 2009.
In addition to the two first-degree murder convictions for the murders of Raul "Junior" Flores and his 9-year-old daughter, Brisenia, at their home in Arivaca, Bush also was found guilty of attempted first-degree murder of Gina Marie Gonzalez, Flores' wife, as well as of one count of burglary, one count of aggravated assault, one count of aggravated assault: deadly weapon/dangerous instrument, one count of armed robbery, and one count of aggravated armed robbery.
Late last month, Forde was also found guilty in the murders and sentenced to death.
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Following the murders, Forde, a founder of the anti-immigration group Minutemen American Defense Corps., told authorities she planned to take the group to "the next level," which apparently meant leading a raid on the Flores home looking for drugs and money to fund the group.
According to the Green Valley News, the aggravation phase of the trial started at 1 p.m. Bush, like Forde, will be eligible for the death penalty if the jury finds that aggravators are proven.
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