Amr Mohsen was apparently just bargaining over the cost of killing a federal judge — not actually commissioning his murder — in a jailhouse conversation videotaped in 2004, a jury decided Wednesday.

The erstwhile Silicon Valley millionaire was convicted on charges of witness tampering and soliciting arson, but the jury found that he wasn’t guilty of trying to kill U.S. District Judge William Alsup.

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