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Victimless Crime Spree Comes to the Big Screen

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The Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth is screening Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree Sunday, September 17, 2017 at 7pm. All are welcome. Drinks and concessions are available for purchase with bitcoin (and dash). 2 large framed movie posters will go home to the luckiest raffle winners.

RSVP on Facebook! Some adult language. General admission seating.

This month marks the 5-year anniversary of the premiere of VCS. Here are some trailers for the movie.

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5 Years Ago: My Crime Spree

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I could technically still be in jail today on the same “crimes” from the movie.

Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree, a full-length feature documentary about my 5 arrests in Keene, New Hampshire, unleashed itself to the world on YouTube 5 years ago today. It’s been viewed on YouTube over 175,000 times.

The world has changed since then. Recording law enforcers is now commonplace. Enforcers in a dozen more states now leave peaceful pot smokers alone. The top series on Netflix is a show about prison overpopulation. Everyone knows that the people calling themselves “the government” spy on their computers, emails, phone calls, and texts, but digital privacy is now possible for all thanks to new apps and devices with built-in encryption. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are now beginning to come into wide use.

There’s a lot of reason to be hopeful. Now more than ever, the world is ready for you to question your obedience. Dozens have told me the movie inspired them to move to New Hampshire. That’s the most rewarding part of the experience. In the end, I was facing 9 years if convicted of all charges (none involving a victim). I was sentenced to 540 days in jail, and I ended up serving 60 for my “crime spree.”

Friends made it possible: Ian Freeman (producer), Beau Davis (editor), and the people of the Shire Society who inspire action. I hope Victimless Crime Spree inspires you to achieve more freedom, peace, happiness, and the object of your dreams.

Victimless Crime Spree Movie Audience Participation

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A friend of mine threw a viewing party for Victimless Crime Spree last night in Manchester, NH. Everyone in attendance had already seen the film, some of them several times, and because of that something unique happened. Audience members began interacting with the various scenes in the movie. During “Give Peace a Chance,” they lit up. During the crossing guard scene, they took out their cameras and recorded. This inspired a bunch more suggestions. This list was sent to me today, and I had to share it. Throw your own viewing party for Victimless Crime Spree, and play along!

Here are the audience participation parts:

WHEN: Lady cop yells, “I give you an order and you gonna obey it!”
AP: Yell “BITCH!”

WHEN: Derrick J tries to light the bowl at the “Give Peace A Chance” rally.
AP: Spark up!
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Ignorance of the BipCot is No Excuse | Freedom Feens

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MWD, Derrick J Freeman, and Jeremy Henggeler celebrate Derrick’s return and wait on the last year to Alpha Centauri. They talk about cops that don’t read licenses before clicking on them and San Francisco’s first open air urinal. MWD lays down mad science on how the Internet is doing it wrong, including self-contradictory emails and demanding emails from strangers about branding.

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Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree

While Mark Edge endorses the Trump Dollar, the Feens yak about You and the Police by Boston T. Party, and how that book inspired the CopBlock movement.

Then a cop – (Officer Mike Bires ) who is a self-styled “Social Media Director” – violates the BipCot license to use and review Cell411. Hilarity and mockery ensue. (And his crappy bad-audio podcast making fun of Cell411 is here.)

San Francisco Uses Pee Kitty-Proof Paint as self-defense against Public Urination

Stocking Stuffer: Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree Now Available @ Bull Moose in Keene

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Originally posted by Ian Freeman to FreeKeene.com:

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Now Open in Keene @ Hannaford Plaza

Regional physical media chain Bull Moose recently opened its doors in the old Video Headquarters location in the Hannaford plaza on West Street in Keene. They carry a wide variety of media including video games, cds, vinyl, DVD, Bluray, and even books! It’s refreshing to see someone trying to keep physical media distribution alive – hopefully it works out for them. Kudos also to Bull Moose for carrying Keene-produced-and-edited documentary Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree on DVD!

DJVCS DVDs on-the-shelf at Bull Moose, Keene!

DJVCS DVDs on-the-shelf at Bull Moose, Keene!

Of course, you can watch the feature-length documentary produced by Free State Project participants for free in its entirety online, but that doesn’t do you any good if you’re looking for a gift for this holiday season. Victimless Crime Spree makes a great stocking stuffer, and Bull Moose in Keene is selling it for LESS than Amazon! Amazon has it listedfor $7.93 while Bull Moose has it on-the-shelf, brand new, for just $6.97! There’s no cheaper place to purchase the Director’s Cut DVD, which is loaded with hours of bonus footage and even features TWO commentary tracks!

Bull Moose has three copies in stock as of yesterday, so if you’re looking for a perfect last-minute gift, stop in to 401B West St. in the Hannaford plaza. They’re open until midnight tonight and 7pm on Christmas Eve.

If you don’t live in the Keene area, just grab your copy at Amazon where it qualifies for Amazon Prime and Free Super-Saver Shipping!

SHOCK! Homophobes Have Gay Sexual Impulses! | Flaming Freedom

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Introducing MAC – Mobile Accountability for Cops Tour | CopBlock Radio

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Cop Block RadioLast night on CopBlock Radio, Ademo Freeman and Brian Sumner joined us to share their newest adventure: traveling across the country in MAC (Mobile Accountability for Cops). They will be meeting up with CopBlock chapters in over a dozen states in the next seven months. Follow their adventures at http://CopBlock.org/MAC

Derrick J, DEO, and Severin covered the week’s most important stories of police abuse and accountability featured on CopBlock.org. We started out with a video of two San Francisco cops chatting freely in a Happy Donut shop about how they plan to alter the video captured by their body-cams. Then they laugh about how their victim’s head explodes from their bullets. Ha-ha, right? Good thing one quick-thinking man surreptitiously recorded their disgusting conversation for all to hear.

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Using Tech Like a Freedom Feen

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Victimless Crime Spree Ska Song by Warehouse One

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Abolishing Authority | No Victim No Crime

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Today I was a guest on a new video podcast called Abolishing Authority with Michael Freeman. We discussed my movie, Victimless Crime Spree. We also talked about what life is like in Keene, New Hampshire, and why I believe the Free State Project is the best chance an individual has at achieving liberty in this lifetime. It’s a new show, and this is episode 1, so if you enjoy it, please subscribe to Michael’s channel for more content like this.