Six Zimbabweans convicted of conspiracy to commit public violence after they were caught watching footage of Arab Spring protests will be sentenced Tuesday.
The six face six to 10 years in prison or a $2,000 fine.
They were among 46 people arrested on February 19, 2011, during an academic meeting where a video on events in Tunisia and Egypt was shown.
The verdict was met by dismay by some.
"I am very disappointed that they were found guilty," defense lawyer Alec Muchadehama said shortly after hearing the verdict on Monday.FULL STORY