Limousine Company Manager Found Guilty in Fatal Schoharie Limousine Crash

A limousine company manager has been found guilty in the deadly limousine crash in Schoharie.

Jurors reached their verdict during their second day of deliberations in the trial of Naman Hussein, guilty of manslaughter was how the jurors decided for each of the 20 names.

Read Hussein ran prestige limousine his stretch for SUV's brakes failed when going down a steep road killing all the on board and two bystanders in the small town of Schoharie, New York.

Prosecutors say he intentionally failed to conduct required routine state inspections.

A judge rejected a 2021 plea deal that would have spared Hussein prison time.

Now he faces up to 15 years. 

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