The Irvine 11 Plea Not Guilty


Eleven student activists pleaded not guilty Friday in a Santa Ana courtroom to disturbing a speech by Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren last year at UC Irvine.

The group, known as the Irvine 11 — three of the students are actually from UC Riverside — were charged with misdemeanor disturbing a meeting and misdemeanor conspiracy to commit a crime after prosecutors received an investigation report from the Orange County Grand Jury.

The group appeared at the Central Justice Center in Santa Ana.

Irvine 11 supporters remain critical of the Orange County district attorney’s office for prosecuting the group, saying the motivations are political. Dozens showed up condemning the charges in the Irvine 11′s second court appearance after their first arraignment was postponed in early March.

The defendants face 6 months in jail to probation if convicted on all charges.

Other Links on our site to the Irvine 11:

A Grand Jury is Convened to Hear Possible Felony Charges to Be Brought Up Against the Irvine 11

Official Statement of Sanctions Against UC Irvine’s MSU

Muslim Student Union Banned From UC Irvine

The Irvine 11 Face Increase Pressure from Administration.


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