Federal authorities have won another conviction against Jose Miguel Battle, the reputed leader of one of the country's largest Hispanic organized crime groups.
Battle, 68, did not react Monday when the jury found him guilty of possessing a 20-gauge shotgun. As a convicted felon - he pleaded guilty to murder conspiracy 20 years ago - Battle can't own a firearm.It was the second conviction in two months for Battle, found guilty of passport fraud in August. He faces a maximum of 10 years in federal prison for the shotgun found at his 30-acre Dade County estate during a raid last December. Sentencing was set for Dec. 18.