Stop-and-frisk rebels guilty
Jury found them guilty of disorderly-conduct charges but acquitted them of obstructing governmental administration
The New York Post
Four self-described "revolutionaries" arrested while protesting the NYPD's stop-and-frisk practices were convicted yesterday after an eight-day trial.
A jury found Carl Dix, Morgan Rhodewalt, Robert Parsons and Jamel Mims guilty of disorderly-conduct charges but acquitted them of obstructing governmental administration.
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