The investigation included interviews with more than 70 witnesses to the August incident at a detention facility.
The protesters, who blocked the access road to the detention center, were charged with disturbing the peace and ordered to pay $133 in fines.
A spokesman for the facility bristled when asked whether the Jewish Sabbath was taken into account when scheduling the meeting.
“IBM profited from the Holocaust and we are here to say: Never Again,” said organizer Sarah O’Connor.
Police and Rhode Island’s attorney general are investigating the incident.
A man in his 70s suffered a broken leg and spent the night at the hospital. Others still feel effects from being pepper-sprayed.
No one appears to be seriously injured, though the crowd was pepper sprayed minutes later.
Never Again Jews, a group of Jewish activists standing against Trump’s immigration policies, are the new Jewish social justice warriors.
Protesters at demonstrations across the country invoked the Holocaust and Tisha b’Av, the traditional Jewish day of mourning observed Sunday.
One of the lead organizers state that it was “beautiful to see the Jewish and Latinx communities come together” for a united fight