A Florida animal-rights activist has received a six-month jail sentence for her protests against the activities of a Wayne State University researcher.
Camille Marino of Wildwood, Fla., pleaded guilty to trespassing and unlawful posting charges in a deal with the Wayne County prosecutor's office, and Judge Bryan Levy sentenced her Wednesday.
She was arrested May 5th after chaining herself to a library door at Wayne State's campus in Detroit.
Marino, the founder of "Negotiation Is Over" (NIO), was extradited to Michigan to face charges.
She also posted his address and other personal information online.
A statement on the groups website read, "NIO strives to be an instrument of defiance, disruption, disobedience, subversion, creative & aggressive grassroots action, and a catalyst for revolutionary change."
O'Leary had received a personal-protection order against Marino.