Transcript for Woman who climbed Statue of Liberty sentenced to probation, community service
New at noon no jail time for the protestor who climbed the statue of liberty July 4 foreseeing the park to shut down. And in a show of protest for her sentencing Patricia could move put tape over her mouth before entering the courthouse to face a judge. Eyewitness News reporter tennis McAllen is live in. Manhattan Kansas. Get surely Michelle de policing dramatic moments here at this morning petitioner could move. With his stiff five years probation and 200 hours of community service her attorney warning that this can be a long five years. And I am not going well I did not been though it is spot didn't fit that petition Kuhn walked away from court today after prosecutors wanted to spend time behind bars. She was convicted in December after climbing the statue of liberty last July 4. Protesting the truck administration's policy of separating un document families. Last month the Ku mu while awaiting her senate thing was arrested an Austin, Texas after stealing a building there. The 45 year old showed up to court today with tape over her mouth the judge made her remove before starting a hearing. The judge saying a Ku -- put officers lives in danger during her July 4 climb not giving her jail time. But five years probation. I do suggest that to the extent that the government is concerned about it for sure looking re offense didn't. It would be a really good idea to reunify. Those families as quickly as possible. And it could was saying earlier this morning that she would continue her demonstrations when NASA she would be scaling another building she. Shrugged her shoulders now asked for that case in Texas she faces up to six months behind bars and that case. Live here in lower Manhattan this afternoon Candace McAfee channel seven Eyewitness News.
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