After two hours of deliberation on the trial's final day, the jury rendered its decision: The nine were guilty on all charges. After the jury left the courtroom, Daniel Berrigan asked Judge Thompson to allow those present to recite the Lord's Prayer. Defense and prosecuting attorneys, spectators, defendants, and judge all rose and joined in the prayer.
Phil Berrigan and Tom Lewis received three and a half years to run concurrently with sentences from the Customs House raid. Three-year sentences were handed down to Daniel Berrigan, Tom Melville, and George Mische. And those not considered leaders - Mary Moylan, Marjorie Melville, David Darst, and John Hogan - received two-year sentences.
Jail and Not Jail
Mary Moylan, George Mische, Tom Lewis, and Daniel and Phil Berrigan decided not to cooperate and went underground. Philip turned himself in at a Manhattan church in April 1969, but Daniel remained at large until August, when the FBI caught up with him at the Block Island home of theologian William Stringfellow. In May, Mische was captured by the in FBI in Chicago. Moylan, never captured, surrendered in 1978.