Justice4Cecily reports that the soft-spoken social justice activist has since been brought into court on an additional charge of obstructing a police investigation when two people jumped a turnstile at NYC's Union Square Station. The prosecutor's office has offered a plea bargain of no additional jail time, community service, and anger management classes. The website reports that Ms. McMillan rejected that deal; the next court date is scheduled for July 17th, at which time she is expected to be released for good behavior.
Editor's Note. 6/2/2014 Update. Occupy Wall Street reports that Cecily McMillan is now scheduled to be released on parole July 1st.
OWS prisoner @CecilyMcMillan is free on July 1. Celebrate with us on July 4: http://t.co/5qFSERndVb #Justice4Cecily pic.twitter.com/t6xhwsd954
— Occupy Wall Street (@OccupyWallStNYC) June 2, 2014