Created on Saturday, 15 December 2012 08:35
A former Worcester attorney currently serving jail time for involuntary manslaughter is in trouble with the law again. Federal prosecutors have filed firearms charges against 50-year-old David Manilla. He shot and killed a Quakertown man while hunting more than two years ago. Investigators say Manilla had more than 50 guns and a bag of ammunition removed from his home after the shooting incident. He was barred from owning firearms of any kind following a felony conviction in 1985.