Jury Finds Day-Care Gunman Guilty

The Georgia man who gunned down a 36-year-old father of two as he dropped his son off at day care was found guilty of murder but declared “mentally ill” Thursday. Hemy Neuman shot Russell Sneiderman multiple times in the parking lot of a day-care center in 2010, a killing police called a “cold and calculated murder.” Neuman’s lawyers did not deny his guilt in the trial, but suggested in the course of court proceedings that Andrea Sneiderman, the victim’s widow, may have been having an affair with Neuman at the time of the shooting, and pushed him to violence. She has not been charged, and denied those accusations in her testimony. “There was no affair,” Sneiderman said. “Who kills someone else’s husband?”