NY Times 
Saturday, September 15, 2012
Twitter on Friday turned over to a judge a printed stack of messages written by an Occupy Wall Street  protester in October, around the time he and hundreds of others were arrested after walking on the roadway of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Manhattan prosecutors subpoenaed the records in January, because the messages could show that the police did not lead protesters off the bridge’s pedestrian path and then arrest them, an argument that the protester, Malcolm Harris, of Brooklyn, is expected to make at trial.
The judge, Matthew A. Sciarrino Jr., of Criminal Court in Manhattan, said he would keep the messages sealed in an envelope in his chambers until Sept. 21, when a hearing is scheduled in a challenge to his earlier ruling requiring that the messages be turned over to prosecutors.
If that challenge fails, Judge Sciarrino said he would review the messages and then turn over the relevant material to prosecutors.
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