Briton Guilty of Making Bomb That Killed U.S. Sergeant in Iraq

Britain's Crown Prosecution Service said, A London taxi driver was found guilty of murder on Thursday for his role in making bombs used against U.S. forces in Iraq in 2007, including one that killed an American sergeant. 38 year old Anis Sardar of northwest London, was convicted at Woolwich Crown Court of two counts of murder and conspiracy to murder. One of the devices exploded as a U.S. armored vehicle drove over it on Sept. 27, 2007, killing Sergeant First Class Randy Johnson.