Trump supporters get split verdict in weapons, election case


              FILE - This image provided by the Philadelphia Police Department shows Antonio LaMotta. LaMotta and Joshua Macias, two supporters of former President Donald Trump arrested after driving a Hummer with guns and ammunition to a Philadelphia site where votes were being counted in November 2020, were convicted of weapons charges Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022, but acquitted of election interference. (Philadelphia Police Department via AP, File)
            
              FILE - This image provided by the Philadelphia Police Department shows Joshua Macias. Macias and Antonio LaMotta, two supporters of former President Donald Trump arrested after driving a Hummer with guns and ammunition to a Philadelphia site where votes were being counted in November 2020, were convicted of weapons charges Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2022, but acquitted of election interference. (Philadelphia Police Department via AP, File)
Trump supporters get split verdict in weapons, election case