Transcript for Rutgers Verdict: Dharun Ravi Guilty in Webcam Case
X Rutgers student Aaron -- Is accused of a hate crime an invasion of privacy in the webcam spying case Sanjay -- live out insider just outside the courtroom -- New Brunswick he's been. Covering this story all along what's -- very latest now. Look at I just left the courthouse and without question. This verdict look the defense team by surprise they really did not expect I don't think. That -- would go down on the top counts bias intimidation those counts could get him. Up to ten years in state prison let's go now to the verdict being read in court just a few minutes ago. On count one invasion of privacy. We find the defendant guilty or not guilty -- to TC Celtic. Guilty or not guilty SMB. Guilty. Our -- to. But -- intimidation that we find the defendant. Did commit the offense of invasion of privacy with the partners to intimidate TC because of sexual orientation. Guilty -- not guilty or not. Did commit the offense of invasion of privacy with the -- to intimidate. -- because of sexual orientation guilty or not guilty not fair to. Did commit in -- opponents of the invasion of privacy knowing that the conduct constituting invasion of privacy will cost TC to be intimidated because of sexual orientation. Not guilty or guilty. Not here. Did commit the offense of invasion of privacy knowing that the conduct constituting an invasion of privacy will cause and -- to be intimidated because of sexual orientation. Guilty or not guilty at her. Didn't commit the offense -- invasion of privacy under. Circumstances. That -- TC to be intimidated and considering the manner in which the offense was committed. TC reasonably believed. He was selected to be targeted of the offense because of sexual orientation. Guilty -- not guilty. -- -- On count three invasion of privacy we -- defended. Guilty or not guilty -- to TC counts. Guilty or not guilty active and be here. On account for bias intimidation. By the defendant did commit the offense invasion of privacy -- the partners to intimidate TC. Because of sexual orientation guilty and Hackett to not feel that. Did commit the offense of invasion of their privacy because of the -- to intimidate and be because of sexual orientation guilty or -- -- to accept. Did commit the sense of invasion of privacy knowing the conduct constituting an invasion of privacy -- -- TC to be intimidated because of sexual orientation not guilty or guilty. --
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