Bruce Turnidge says the State set him up; and his son, Joshua, maintains his innocence. Bruce Turnidge says investigators lied about evidence; that a syringe connecting him to the bombing was not full of the explosive Tovex, but sulfuric acid. "I think they felt that had to do that because they had no evidence against me, and they knew it. And they were getting desperate and they have to come up with something." Before Judge Tom Hart officially sentenced the men to death, he contradicted Turnidges' arguments the jury ignored the facts: "To say that the jury didn't look at the evidence would be disingenuous at best." Bruce's attorney says he will file for a new trial.