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Northrup Grumman Protest: Three Charges Dropped

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One Protester To Be Prosecuted

BELLEVUE, Neb. —New details have been released in the trial against four people accused of damaging the Northrop Grumman Building in Bellevue.

The charges against all three co-defendants were dismissed in court Tuesday. However, the self-proclaimed hammer of justice, Jessica Rezniceck, remains behind bars and loyal to her cause.

[Video: Woman ordered to stand trial in Northrop Grumman Building case]

Before the hearing, several supporters of Reznicek stood outside of the Sarpy County Courthouse, demanding peace and justice.

Among those supporters were here three co-defendants: Michelle Naar, Frank Cordaro and Mauro Heck.

“I was a witness to an act of peace and and act of hope,” Naar said.

The judge dismissed charges against Naar, Cordaro and Heck, but ordered Rezniceck to stand trial on charges of criminal mischief and burglary for allegedly smashing the front windows and door of the building.

Rezniceck could face up to 20 years in prison.

Cordaro believes the charges are unjustified.

“This is no more vandalism than Jesus going to the temple, and cleaning out the money changers and calling the people who ran the temple thieves,” Cordaro said.

Reznicek’s trial was extended to next Tuesday. While in court, she represented herself because of her distrust for the justice system.

Rezniceck sent KETV NewsWatch 7 a five-page letter in which she admitted to everything she is charged with, but said her actions were non-violent because she made sure she would not hurt anyone before smashing the windows and door.

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