AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- The last of five defendants in an anti-Wall Street, informant-assisted plot to bomb a highway bridge near Cleveland faces sentencing.
Twenty-five-year-old Joshua Stafford, of Cleveland, is to be sentenced Monday in Akron.
His co-defendants pleaded guilty and received sentences of six to 11 1/2 years. Stafford was convicted in June at a trial where he served as his own attorney.
He was convicted of two counts of using weapons of mass destruction and one count of explosive materials. Under federal guidelines, he could get life in prison.
The judge ruled Friday that Stafford's case deserves a terrorism enhancement, which could mean a tougher sentence.
Prosecutors say Stafford tried to detonate explosives, not knowing they were fakes made by investigators as part of a sting.