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Posted at 05:42 PM ET, 11/16/2011

DeEvening Links: Guilty as charged


None of the elected officials arrested last April chose to stand trial. (Bill O'Leary - WASHINGTON POST)
They put up a valiant fight, but Superior Court Judge Robert E. Morin ruled this afternoon that seven of the eight “D.C. 41” protesters who chose to stand trial were indeed guilty of civil disobedience. As for the eighth? Paul Duggan reports: “Anise Jenkins, an activist with Stand Up for Democracy, was acquitted after Morin concluded that she may have joined the demonstration late and was unaware of the orders to disperse.”

In other news:

Boldface names attend Frank Kameny’s Capitol Hill memorial service (Blade).

Alleged White House gunman is arrested (Crime Scene).

Where some Occupy D.C. protesters are showering: AFL-CIO headquarters (WaTimes)

WTOP to get some FM-dial competition (Radio-Info)

The latest in Albrecht Muth jailhouse filings (Homicide Watch)

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