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The individuals were found guilty of charges including murder, terrorist activity, resisting authority, damaging properties, and the attempt to occupy government buildings by force.
But police arrested four other Cajamarca ronderos on charges of resisting authority last month after they blocked the entrance to a discotheque that Chuquilin claims was unlicensed and attracting minors.
It said Spanish police planned to charge them with assault and resisting authority.
Twenty-one percent came to see taking their medicine made them feel like they were losing control of their lives and sometimes by stopping their medicine they felt they were resisting authority.
It all makes a good and characteristically `modern' story ( about resisting authority, bringing secrets to light, exposing corruption and deception; it evokes Watergate and All the President's Men.
It all makes a good and characteristically 'modern' story - about resisting authority, bringing secrets to light, exposing corruption and deception; it evokes Watergate and All The President's Men.
In May 2005 eleven Muslims were convicted of resisting authority, disobedience, and rebellion, and sentenced to jail terms ranging from six months to three years for refusing to allow their children to receive polio vaccinations.
19, Judge Zamalloa accused Transportation and Communications Minister Jose Ortiz before the Public Ministry of the crime of resisting authority because of Ortiz's delay in implementing the ruling to suspend LanPeru operations.
An Airtours spokesman said they believed the men had been released without charge, but a Foreign Office spokesman said they had been released pending a trial, charged with arson, resisting authority and disobedience.
Offered specifically as an alternative to the Judeo-Christian account of Adam, this parable also offers readers an alternative account of Original Sin - defined not in terms of appropriating knowledge or resisting authority but precisely in terms of breaking kinship bonds: "What they did, these Olinka peoples, was throw out they own children, just cause they was a little different" (232).
She says that for three days he was taken from the police station to the public prosecution office -- on charges of resisting authority -- despite the fact that his knee was broken and he should not have been moved.
In May 2005, 11 Muslims were convicted of resisting authority, disobedience, and rebellion and sentenced to jail terms ranging from 6 months to 3 years for refusing to allow their children to receive polio vaccinations.