Man who attacked Jewish campers sentenced to up to three years jailBy Mason White 1:18 PM March 5, 2013
By: David Ross
(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested, charged and convicted of attacking Jewish campers in Pennsylvania, according to court proceedings in Pennsylvania.
Now, the man who pleaded guilty to ethnic intimidation late last year, was sentenced Thursday in Wayne County.
Mark Trail, 22, received six months to three years in prison.
Investigators say that on three occasions last summer, Trail and four others drove through Camp Bonim at high speed, destroying property, shouting racial slurs and shooting paint balls at campers.
Camp Bonim is a Jewish summer camp in Clinton Township, near Waymart.
Tyler Spencer, also pleaded guilty to related charges in the beginning of this year.
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