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Stevens' office war protestor loses appeal

SITKA, ALASKA The Alaska Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction of a Sitka man arrested for an act of civil disobedience in Ted Stevens’ Fairbanks office last year.
Don Muller was charged in February of 2007 with criminal trespass after he and several others entered the senator’s office to read the names of the 32-hundred US service people and 6-thousand Iraqi civilians known to have been killed up to that time during the war.
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