Five cycling activists arrested during a Critical Mass protest on the first night of the Olympic Games last July were found guilty at Marylebone magistrates' court today.
They were charged with offences relating to a breach of section 12 of the Public Order Act.
Nine people originally went on trial earlier this month from a total of 182 originally arrested, but three were discharged earlier on during the proceedings, while one was found not guilty.
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