Trevor Muirhead and Neil McKenzie are jailed for five years for sending Celtic boss Neil Lennon a parcel bomb last year.
Two men have been sentenced to five years in prison after sending a parcel bomb to Celtic manager Neil Lennon last year.
The High Court came to the verdict today following the sending last May of five suspicious packages, two of which were addressed to the Bhoys boss.
Trevor Muirhead and Neil McKenzie were initially charged with conspiracy to murder but Lord Turnbull reduced the charges during the trial.
McKenzie's sentence will continue in conjunction with an 18-month sentence for sending the first package.
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