A member of Occupy D.C. on Thursday was acquitted of a charge of disobeying a police officer during an emergency because the officer could not prove she was at the scene of the crime.
Ms. Alwazir was one of 12 protesters on trial for their actions, which included climbing on and remaining in a 25-foot wooden structure that became the catalyst for a police and protester clash.
“It’s fairly rare to get these types of motions granted, particularly with identifications,” Mr. Light said.
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