East Valley Tribune, Emily Piraino, File, Associated Press
FILE - In this March 30, 2004, file photo, Don Logan, director of Scottsdsale's Diversity and Dialogue Office, speaks at a news conference , at the Human Resources Complex in Scottsdale, Ariz., after Logan returning to work a month after a package bomb exploded in his hands. A trial is set to begin Tuesday for two white supremacist brothers charged in the 2004 bombing that injured the city official with wounds to his right forearm and ring finger.

PHOENIX — Attorneys are set to give opening statements Thursday in the federal trial of two white supremacist brothers from Illinois accused of bombing a black city official in the Phoenix suburb of Scottsdale.

The jury in the trial of twin brothers Dennis and Daniel Mahon was chosen this week following years of delays because of the extensive amount of evidence in the cases.

The evidence includes years of video and audio recordings of the Mahons' interactions with an attractive female government informant recruited to befriend the brothers.

The 61-year-old brothers have pleaded not guilty in the Feb. 26, 2004, bombing in which a package detonated in the hands of Don Logan, Scottsdale's diversity director at the time.

The package injured Logan's hand and arm and hurt a secretary.