Grand jury indicts NATO protesters
CHICAGO – A grand jury has handed down an 11-count indictment against three NATO-summit protesters jailed since May, including four terrorism-related counts and seven other charges, according to the document obtained by The Associated Press from defense attorneys.
Brian Church, Jared Chase and Brent Vincent Betterly were arrested before the summit in Chicago under Illinois’ never-before-used anti-terrorism statutes, accusing them of plotting to attack President Barack Obama’s campaign headquarters with Molotov cocktails.
Defense attorneys asked at a hearing last week if prosecutors would show them the indictment. State’s attorneys said they would only disclose it at an upcoming July 2 arraignment.
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