White Supremacists Sentenced For Sacramento Fires
Two white supremacist brothers have been sentenced to long prison terms for setting fires at three Sacramento synagogues and an abortion clinic in 1999.
They´ve also been ordered to pay a combined one million dollars restitution.
The elder brother, Benjamin Matthew Williams, received a mandatory sentence of 30 years in prison under the plea agreement that led to his guilty plea in September. James Tyler Williams was sentenced to 21 years, three months in prison, the maximum he could have faced.