WASHINGTON (AP) - A man has been convicted again of first-degree murder in the slayings of two people in 2000 when 40 shots were fired at a crowd in front of a high school.
Thirty-three-year-old Michael Wonson of Washington was convicted Wednesday. He faces life in prison at sentencing July 24.
According to evidence presented at trial, Wonson and a co-conspirator wanted to kill someone Wonson had gotten into an altercation with at a nightclub several days before May 17, 2000.
The two shot at a crowd gathered in front of Eastern High School, killing 21-year-old Charles Jackson and 21-year-old Ivory Harrison.
Wonson was convicted in 2002 of murder in the crimes, but the District of Columbia Court of Appeals granted him a new trial.