Justice Center Protest Over Random Arrest of Occupy Protestor
In the first Occupy Portland case to be decided by a jury, Jonathan Zook was found not guilty of charges of resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and assault.
He was found guilty of interfering with a police officer.
And Judge Karin Immergut sentenced Mr. Zook to two days in jail, one-year probation, a four hundred dollar fine, and eighty hours of community service.
KBOO’s Jimmy Tardy and Joe Meyer filed this report from the Justice Center in downtown Portland.
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