Ever since Occupy protester Benjamin Gilmore was convicted of arson back in October, the question of sentencing has been on a lot of Fort Collins residents' minds. This week, that sentence was handed down.
Gilmore was on trial and faced seven felony counts and after a week of deliberating the jury could not agree on any of the charges. Apparently the judge thought deliberations had taken too long and that jurors might feel “pressured” to make a decision.
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