Justice Dept. Dismisses Charges Against 129 #J20 Protesters

HeadlineJan 22, 2018
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The Department of Justice has dismissed charges against 129 protesters who were facing the possibility of decades in prison for protesting at President Trump’s Inauguration Day “Disrupt J20” protests one year ago. However, 59 protesters are still facing multiple felony charges. The group Defend J20 Resistance says the 59 defendants are facing up to 60 years in prison. To see our full coverage of the J20 trials, go to democracynow.org.

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