Protester Who Scaled Rafters at US Bank Stadium Gets Probation

Sen Holiday Photo: Hennepin County Sheriff's Office
Sen Holiday

August 09, 2018 04:04 PM

One of the two Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters who climbed the rafters at U.S. Bank Stadium in January 2017 and hung a banner from the roof was sentenced Wednesday.

Twenty-eight-year-old Sen Holiday received one year of supervised probation. Holiday pleaded not guilty to fourth-degree burglary, trespassing and a misdemeanor charge of public nuisance.

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The burglary charge was dismissed in June. Holiday was acquitted of the public nuisance charge and convicted of trespassing Wednesday.

Another man, 34-year-old Karl Scogin Zimmerman, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of public nuisance in June and was sentenced to one year of supervised probation and community service.

RELATED: Oil Pipeline Protesters Hang Banner at US Bank Stadium, 3 Arrested and Released From Jail

The pair are alleged to have smuggled nylon rope, carabiners and a lightweight banner into U.S. Bank Stadium during a Vikings' game against the Chicago Bears. 

During the second quarter, the protesters scaled barriers to climb a ridge truss and hang the banner, which expressed opposition to the Dakota Access pipeline.

RELATED:Protestors Who Scaled Rafters in US Bank Stadium Plead Not Guilty; Trial Set for April

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