WESTPORT - One of the two suspects who protested at a luncheon at Westport's Temple Israel has reportedly plead guilty under the Alford Doctrine.

Westport police say that Gregory Williams and Daniel Fischer started shouting pro-Palestinian slogans during a luncheon back in May.

WestportNow.com reports Williams was fined $250 on Tuesday for breach of peace.

Under the Alford Doctrine the defendant doesn't admit guilt, but agrees that there is enough evidence to convict him.