Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms Special Agent Tony McCutcheon testified Friday that Dr. Randeep Mann offered to show him his guns when McCutcheon stopped by his house the day Dr. Trent Pierce was badly injured in the February 2009 bombing.
McCutcheon said Mann already knew Pierce had been injured.
Mann is an avid gun collector and he led McCutcheon into the room where he stored his weaponry. McCutcheon said Mann denied he had any grenades, but became a little excited when asked if he had grenades or other explosives.
Mann is has pleaded not guilty to charges related to the bombing.
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