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(De)Occupy protester convicted of obstructing government operations

By Nelson Daranciang


A state jury deliberated for less than two hours today before finding the first of three (de)Occupy Hono-lulu protesters who are challenging their arrests guilty of obstructing government operations.

Madori Rumpungworn faces a maximum one-year jail term and $2,000 fine when Circuit Judge Patrick Border sentences her Friday morning.

Catherine C. Russell and Blade Michael Walsh are scheduled to stand trial for obstructing government operations later this month.

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