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Jordan Halliday convicted with "Targeted Residential Picketing Prohibited"

Today after two days of court Jordan Halliday was convicted with count one "Targeted Residential Picketing Prohibited" (which is a 'class b misdemeanor') by a jury of four peers.

The jury deliberated for more than four hours and couldn't decided on a verdict for count two "wearing a mask with the intent to commit a crime". So instead of having a dead lock and a hung jury which would lead to another mistrial for this case (the first being a mink farmer on the jury) prosecution decided to dismiss his 2nd charge.

Jordan was sentenced to 1 year probation, 50 hours community service, and a $750 fine. This may affect his felony charges. This case was part of a pending pretrial condition. If the judge views this conviction as Jordan being a threat to society they may jail Jordan again. His lawyer plans on appealing this ruling.

Some activists charged with this same crime still have their trials pending and they are grateful for your ongoing support, please continue to support them. For more updates continue checking for emails. For info on supporting Jordan please visit

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