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Paul Parravano '73 pleaded guilty to a charge of-obstructing a public roadway and was cleared of a disorderly person charge in an appeals case yesterday.
Parravano, who is blind, was not fined or sentenced for his participation in the May 16 sit-in at Hanscom Field near Bedford, but Judge Salvatore Faraci of the Middlesex Superior Court in Lowell did put the case in the files of the court.
At the outset. Faraci refused a motion to let Parravano defend himself. After a court appointed lawyer conferred with Faraci, he reached the verdict without hearing testimony.
"Legally, it couldn't have worked out any better. "Parravano said, "but it will be interesting to see how Bill Salter's trial comes out. I'd like to know if the Judge was easy because of my handicap." William H. Salter of Tuffs University is appealing the same charges on Tuesday.
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