Jury acquits Portland bicyclist of resisting arrest - OregonLive.com: "A Multnomah County jury has thrown out charges that a 31-year-old cyclist resisted arrest after he rode by a Portland police officer without stopping, despite the officer's orders. The cyclist claimed it was dark, and the officer was dressed entirely in black.
The jury took two hours today to determine that the 'Rev.' Phil Sano, a well-known member of Portland's bicycle community, was not guilty of the misdemeanor."
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