(WTNH) — A Pennsylvania man looking to “spark a revolution” has been found guilty of murdering a State Trooper on Wednesday.
A jury convicted 33-year-old Eric Frein on all 12 charges including killing an officer and terrorism.
Frein was accused of hiding in a forest in September of 2014 and opening fire with a sniper’s rifle in an ambush on State Police barracks.
He shot two State Troopers, however, only one of them survived.
Frein was captured after a 48-day manhunt, in which he left bombs in the woods.
He now faces a potential death sentence.