Mr. Ferrer said that police told him he could wait at home for a trial on disorderly-conduct charges, although no date has been set.
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"They released me around 1:00 p.m.," Mr. Ferrer, 41, said by telephone from his home in the town of Palmarito de Cauto. "Physically, I don't feel well, but my spirits are high."
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