Principle Gets Owned

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FreeKeene Owns Santorum

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Rick Santorum came to Keene this Friday and was met by a group of carol-singing activists. He was asked if he Googled himself, he was serenaded, and he was made to feel unwelcome. Local liberty activists Ian Freeman, Beau Davis, and Derrick J. Freeman were “asked to leave” the event–Keene Police took it upon themselves to put their hands on these men, pushing them up the stairs because one of Santorum’s staffers said, “I want them out.”

Traffic Court Arraignments

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Today I went to District Court in Keene for my arraignment for alleged parking violations. I was joined by 3 other activists contesting tickets who also had arraignment. Nemi Jones, Cecelia Freechild, and Kelly Voluntaryist. We were joined by cameramen and activists who came out to support us like Ian Freeman, Pete Eyre, Jason Rapsher, and David Crawford.
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Keene PD Causes Chaos at 3am

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A Conversation with Kopcha

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Shire 911 Maturing

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Upcoming Court Prep

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I have court on January 18, 2011. I gave the persecutor a copy of my video evidence at the Keene Police Department today and also filed a motion to dismiss the charges based on the fact that there is no victim. I’ll be filing a motion for discovery tomorrow.

I will do my best to prepare a rock-solid defense. I expect to give the Judge and anyone within earshot no conceivable reason to find me guilty. That said, I expect to lose. I will then appeal to a trial by jury. That’s where I am placing my real hope for freedom–in my ever-loving peers, who will surely find no fault in my victimless crimes.

That reminds me to get more NH Jury fliers into the hands of more of the public.

Happy Holidays, Keene Bureaucrats!

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TalleyTV Arrested for “Chillaxing”

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More Hampster Wheels from Burke

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When my application for a concealed carry license was denied by the Keene PD last week, I went to the police station to have a conversation with Mr. Goodman, the man who sent the denial notice. I was told that he was away, and that my only available option is to appeal the decision. I filed for an appeal, which resulted in the scheduling of a hearing. Today I had that hearing.
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