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C-SPAN, President Obama remarks at 2014 White House Correspondents, May 3, 2014.


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Common Dreams, OWS Activist Found Guilty of 'Assaulting' Cop Who Allegedly Sexually Assaulted Her, Sarah Lazare, May 4, 2014. Cecily McMillan, who faces up to seven years in prison, was immediately handcuffed and 'whisked away,' Cecily McMillan, the 25-year-old Occupy Wall Street organizer who was allegedly sexually assaulted and brutalized by a police officer at Zuccotti Park, is facing up to seven years in prison after—in what her supporters say is a cruel twist—she was convicted Monday afternoon of "felony assault" of the very police officer she says is her perpetrator. "This threatens a chilling effect over protest movements going forward," said Stan Williams, media coordinator for Justice for Cecily, in an interview with Common Dreams. "I am so sad and raw right now." After four weeks of trial and just three hours of jury deliberation, the verdict was issued Monday afternoon, and Judge Ronald Zweibel immediately remanded McMillan into custody pending sentencing, rejecting her lawyer's requests for bail.

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