Shot at a parade in Louisiana the brothers received 40 years in prison

In the USA two black men, who opened fire on a parade in Louisiana, sentenced to prison, reports the Associated Press.

Brothers Aiken and Sean Scott admitted that they acted together in 2013, firing pistols the parade in honor of Mother’s Day. Then they wounded 20 people. Surveillance camera recorded as one of the brothers shoots the procession. A few days later they were both arrested.

A Federal judge in New Orleans on Tuesday found them guilty and sentenced him to 40 years imprisonment each.

During the investigation it also emerged that the brothers were part of a gang, which was engaged in the drug trade. They were found in possession of arms and using violence.