Outside court, Bernadette Smyth's solicitor described the verdict as "a disappointment for Christians worldwide".
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Anti-abortion protester Bernadette Smyth guilty of harassing Dawn Purvis

An anti-abortion protester has been convicted of harassing a Marie Stopes clinic director at her Belfast city centre offices.

Bernadette Smyth, who leads the anti-abortion group Precious Life, was warned she could face a jail sentence for her campaign against Dawn Purvis.

Although she left court without making comment, her solicitor Aidan Carlin described the verdict as "a disappointment for Christians worldwide".

BBC News NI's Will Leitch reports.