Byron Sonne, an accused G20 saboteur and professed civil libertarian, was found not guilty on all charges in a Toronto court Tuesday.
Sonne spent 11 months in jail after his initial arrest before being bailed out. He was accused of four explosives-related charges and a single count of counselling mischief not committed for exposing flaws in the G20 security fence. Macleans.ca blogger Jesse Brown is tweeting live from the courtroom. You can read his life scroll of the judge’s verdict there.
You can also read his extensive coverage of all things Byron Sonne at Macleans.ca here.