After being arrested in 2001 for his role in a plot to bomb a California mosque and the office of Lebanese-American congressman Darrell Issa, former Jewish Defense League activist Earl Krugel pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge and received a 20-year prison sentence.

As he served out that sentence at a medium-security federal prison in Phoenix he was murdered while exercising in a prison rec yard in November 2005. David Jennings, a known white supremacist, bludgeoned Krugel to death by hitting him five times in the head with a concrete paving stone.

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