World Trade Center BASE Jumpers Acquitted Of Burglary, Guilty On Lesser ChargesThree men who parachuted off One World Trade Center were found guilty Monday of reckless endangerment and BASE jumping but acquitted of more serious felony burglary charges.
Attorney Argues WTC BASE Jumpers ‘Followed Their Passion’The One World Trade Center BASE jumpers appeared in court Wednesday.
WTC BASE Jumper: Use Of Damaged Parachute Did Not Place Public In DangerMarko Markovich's parachute, which had been stashed on the roof in advance, had been gnawed by rats.
Judge: Jury May Decide If WTC Jumpers Committed Felony BurglaryJudge Charles Solomon has refused to toss the top charge of felony burglary related to the September 2013 stunt.
Judge Scolds World Trade Center Parachuters, Won't Toss CaseThe decision puts James Brady, Marko Markovich, Andrew Rossig and their alleged lookout, Kyle Hartwell, on track for a January trial over the September 2013 stunt.
DA's Office Says It Won't Offer Misdemeanor Plea Deal To Alleged WTC JumpersMarko Markovich, James Brady, Andrew Rossig and Kyle Hartwell pleaded not guilty last month to burglary, reckless endangerment and other charges in connection with the Sept. 30 jump.
BASE Jumpers Defend WTC Stunt, Say It Exposed 'Hole In Security'Andrew Rossig, 33, James Brady, 32, Kyle Hartwell, 29, and Marco Markovich, 27, were arraigned on charges of burglary, reckless endangerment and misdemeanor jumping from a structure, police said.